Very fast, did exactly what was asked and is a great designer.
- Unique V Designs
Very diligent and friendly designer.
Each time we request for amendment, Unique Vishal can response real quick and work out our requirements.
Highly Recommended, and please feel free to talk this guy about your idea.
Excellent work. Creative design. And incredibly fast on revisions. Attention to detail was appreciated and the rapidness in response was also greatly appreciated. I was more than pleased and will definitely be requesting Delan with all our additional future projects when working with 99Design. Working with people like this makes work effortless and gives joy to an otherwise tedious process. Thank you Delan.
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How ChildDevelopment started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Parenting and Child Development
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our goal is for society to implement the most effective practices in child development. We rely on research driven or empirically-based findings, yet disseminated in a palatable style for ease of comprehension (unlike scientific research articles). Our topics include psychology, education, and related fields. Our audience includes anyone interested in learning about developmentally appropriate practices in children. Among our target audience are parents, educators, community members, pediatric professionals and providers, and anyone involved with enhancing the lives of children or simply wishing to learn about best practices in child development. http://www.facebook.com/parentingchilddev
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What colors do you want to see in your design?
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If you have any questions please let us know. We are interested in an image that conveys a hint of erudition in an approachable image to invite families as well as professionals. Our topics are mostly based on psychological research and pertain to child development and parenting, but also educators and other child-centric practices.
Below are examples of logos that are simple yet combine multiple meanings in a subtle image. These are not images we are looking for but rather examples of a concept or approach.