Fariz is an outstanding designer and creative mind, in every sense. When choosing a brand/image/logo, this is a professional statement to the world, and we all want it to have personal resonance, too. By listening, innovating, and truly using a combination of expertise, dedication and pure artistry, Fariz was able to achieve something that went far beyond my (already high) expectations. I felt care and commitment to this project; it was a remarkable experience to work with Fariz and see what evolved as a result. Again, I could not give a higher recommendation.
Maelstrom is a pleasure to work with. He's incredibly insightful and passionate about designs; throughout the process of working together, I have been continually impressed by his ability to take initial ideas and build from them, creating something truly remarkable and innovative. To work with a designer that is capable, responsive, and energetic is wonderful. He has a phenomenal sense of color, line, form and function-- the overall aesthetic effect is striking, with something powerful underneath that comes from that special design sensibility. I'm definitely thrilled, now, to be sharing this art with the world. Thank you.
Another excellent job by Breant. Great design, attention to detail and very good communication. All the files supplied as we requested. We are really happy with the final design.
It was such a pleasure working with ronnin. He was so professional to work with and took care of every need after he was chosen the winner. I look forward to the opportunity to work with him again in the future.
We really liked the idea. It was something different. Something out oft the box.
Yaldram presented great, original ideas and was very easy to work with. Highly recommend
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Note: Tech, Innovation, Education and Leadership are key arenas. We advise about ways to innovate, using mindfulness and brain techniques. Target audience is engaged, genuine, creative and curious-- ready to take risks and experiment. Strong and confident, yet contemplative and compassionate. Logo inspirations can be clever museum posters (for learning and creative lettering). Go-to source: Surprise and Delight.
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There have been many inspired designs submitted so far in this MindWise contest; the direction I'm leaning to involves a design that's open, creative and dynamic, to match my brand's clients: tech, education, virtual reality, innovation, sustainability and leadership. It can't be too traditional; it needs to be bright and modern; fun without being goofy-- yet, also, down-to-earth and not pretentious at all. I've been looking at Museum posters and logos for inspiration: Some highlights include the blurb about the MIT media lab and it's 3 spotlights... I would love for MindWise to be that playful and interactive; a brand that is never done inviting user experience and inventing itself, in a sense: http://gizmodo.com/the-age-of-the-a…-510739591http://new.linkedbyair.net/WhitneyOrgRelaunch