5 stars designer!
Not only did she hit the nail on the head, giving me exactly what I love for my first book cover to look and feel like, she was ever so patient with my many edits and attentive to my many comments along the way. She put in the effort and went over and beyond what any other designer did in the contest. Her passion for design was evident. I highly recommend working with Zeljka who is stellar at what she does.
Good design work - thank you
Great work. I would love to work together again.
It was awesome working with praveen007. The moment I saw the design, I knew it captured my vision. Working with praveen007 has been very rewarding and I feel assured that my final printed and e-book will surpassed my expectations. I have been assured by praveen007 that they will be with me until my book is published. That gives me peace of mind.
How Phil iE started their book cover journey
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This book, "Captivate & Engage: The Definitive Guide for Nonprofit Websites," was written by two experts in the field of nonprofit marketing and promotion. They provide professional insights and best practices to help nonprofit organizations maximize each constituents' visit to their an organizational website.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
This will be for a paperback book; the first in a series. The book's trim size will be 5.5" wide x 8.5" tall. The author's business logos will probably be on the back cover (so don't worry about them). I provided them for information only and in case someone wanted to work something into their motif or gimmick.
We need a powerful book cover that communicates strength and confidence. This pair of authors are the Ries & Trout of nonprofit marketing and brand positioning.
The business book "Traction" by Gino Wickman would be a good example to look at. It has a strong focal image, no author portraits, but bold fonts, colors, and symbolism with the close up photo of the tire tread. I'll load some other examples below.
Not sure how relevant images of people may or may not be. The title could shake lose some creative greatness.
This will be the first of several books by this pair of authors, all related to best practices for nonprofit success in marketing, growth, outreach, fundraising, etc. A cover that might include some gimmick or motif that could be translated to other titles and themes would be ideal.