Five starts isn't a high enough rating!
We've worked with Genji on two occasions - he designed us an amazing logo and identity, then some months later we were in a position where we needed a package designed in exacting detail that was provided to us from the printer. Lots of changes to the copy and lots of eyes had to approve the package. Genji did an outstanding job working with us to make sure we were happy with everything and was more than patient with us with the various revisions that were going back and forth.
Cannot thank you enough for the amazing work!
- Art and Pixels
Alessandra’s work is always top notch. She is extremely reliable and professional.
PagarRumah04 presented a unique and interesting design based off of the initial instructions and previously presented ideas. It stood out immediately and ultimately took the winning design. Pagar was responsive in my requests for changes.
How laffarsmith started their logo design journey
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We're a small publishing house specialising in picture books and small chapter books for early readers and children with language and literacy acquisition difficulties such as those associated with dyslexia, specific language impairment, and autism.
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We're currently in the process of designing our website but you can see the basis here: http://www.aulexic.com.au/ Along with the first of our titles in the P.I. Penguin series. Obviously the publishing house won't be restricted to P.I. Penguin so it's important to keep the logo more focused on the publishing and education aspect. Some thoughts I've had involve books, brains, and the profile image of a child.