Very cool and original design, communication was good as well, info about third party fonts were given
Great work and he is even going to wait until I know exactly how many pages my book will be so he can adjust the size of the cover to fit.
- Owais Zaman
Owais created a great design and was quick to respond and make requested changes. Will likely use him again for future projects.
- Lans Flare
Lans Flare is a brilliant designer and a true professional. A joy to work with!
- Paper Raven Books
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Positive Thinking: A 7-Day Guide To Maximize Your Life’s Awesomeness
"Positive Thinking: A 7-Day Guide To Maximize Your Life’s Awesomeness " is a book that should help you deal with negative thinking that sabotages your own thoughts and actions and should bring you back on track on your way to success!
Free yourself from the toxic and self-defeating mindset and overcome worry, stress, anxiety and depression. This book delivers a step-by-step method to break free from the destructive trap of negativity and revolutionizes your life to fill it with joy and productivity!
If you are going through some hard times right now and you feel helpless and lost in this world, this book can really open your eyes and give you a new look on life. This happens to everyone in life, which is why this book will benefit every reader from every age. Maybe you are going through a midlife-crisis, maybe you are struggling with the loss of a loved one or you are worn-out by your job or your current situation in life. All these things have something in common: they don't help. Because of this reason, "Positive Thinking: A 7-Day Guide To Maximize Your Life’s Awesomeness" will lead you through a variety of solutions for your problem and will help you to overcome whatever it is that is dragging you down.
I really like the background and the caption, the cut in the middle is also appealing.
I like the contrast between the title and the background. Also I like the simple picture in the middle.
I dont like the choice of colors, but the head with the little icons looks interesting (maybe should have more colors)
The title is okay, but this comic-type thing is very cool. I also like the caption of the subtitle and the connection between a real world picture (hand holding paper airplane) and comic world
Its just simple and striking in comparison with other covers.
The color combination is very good. The red color radiant is very cool.
The caption is nice.
I like the picture, but the caption is a little lame, maybe the colors could have been different between the inner circle and the rest of the cover.
What colors do you want to see in your design?
I am looking for a cover, that really stands out from the other books when you type into Amazon Kindle Store "positive thinking".
In my mind I have this picture of 2 signs with the caption "negativity" and "positivity" that are pointing in opposite directions (picture ideas are attached to the files below). the "positivity" sign should really shine (maybe with a light border), have a bright and striking color and it should also be bigger than the "negativity" sign. The "negativity" sign on the other hand should be looking very dark and run-down.
In the background of these signs, I would like to have a really beautiful sunset on the side of the "positivity" sign and on the other side something darker that you can associate with negativity ( I attached a file could shows what I have in mind). These sides should also split the whole book in 2 parts, but remember, the positivity side should be bigger and should definitely be more striking than the negative side.
The caption of the title and subtitle should be in white or some other color that really contrasts the background. The caption of the signs should be very high, but not to fat ( I included a picture below.)
A completely other idea would be, if you could do something like this "cover font type" file that I attached below. You would just take the title + subtitle in this specific font type and add a darker colored background and then really bright title and a little less bright subtitle.
What to avoid
Try to be as simple as possible with your designs. Try to aim for a cover that someone would even recognize when he/she sees it from 10 meters away from the screen.
Don't have too many elements on the cover and dont do something like the files I will attach in the files. ("Dont") --> the last 2 pictures.
Maybe use this, but swap the directions of positivity and negativity. So that positivity points to into the depth of the picture and negativity also, but still in different directions.
And it has too many elements, the sub title is also not to be seen.
- Most liked caption,
- Use the one in the background preferably, but maybe you can utilize the one in the foreground also