Dalim was wonderful to work with. In the final stage of the contest, I had 3 designers whose work I liked, each one of them working with a quite similar design, but none of them feeling magic. Then, at the last moment, Dalim sailed in with Gold Ink in the title and that was what did it! The image truly clicked. She was very timely about her communication and willing to make whatever changes were desired. My only recommendation was that she let people know she is a woman. Somehow, once I found that out, I felt even happier to have chosen her.
Creative design that includes exactly what I requested. Excellent designer who responds fast to requests.
Responsive, intuitive, excellent to work with. I'm so grateful for Poppins work on my book cover. Right from the first concept, she seemed to "get" this project and was relentless in getting the design exactly right. A pleasure to work with throughout. I can't highly recommend her enough. Thank you!
@sirjotajota is an extremely responsive designer who delivers. I needed a cover design like yesterday and was frustrated by the attempts of two designers. He had just completed a seriously HOT cover and was the logical choice. I am so thankful that he took on my project as the prior design lacked that WOW factor, the edge I needed to launch my brand. I am happy to say that I have it now thanks to you. :o)
How Donna Partow started their book cover journey
Who are you known as?
Donna Partow International
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I'm a Christian author, with more than 28 books in print, total sales in excess of 1.1 million. All previous books have been traditionally published. This is my first attempt at a Kindle book. I want it to be amazing.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Design an incredible Kindle-ready book cover for: The Special Blessings Prayer: How to Unleash God's Love, Favor & Power Upon Your Life.
I want something crisp, clean and contemporary. I'm not looking for obvious concepts like praying hands. Some of my prior covers I like include Becoming the Woman I Want To Be, Becoming the Woman God Wants Me To Be and This Isn't the Life I Signed Up For. Am not planning to use my photo on the cover this time, as featured on several books.
I do like the signature font used for my name on several previous best-selling books: