789 CreativeSyNERDgy was a joy to work with. Talented, professional, and responsive.
The designer only submitted a handful of designs, but each one was spot on, and it quickly became obvious that he understood our business and what image we were trying to portray. Highly recommended!
- the ann.
My designer is very good. I had a lot of changed and they worked with me on all of them. They are very patient and I do appreciate that.
- Creative Monkey
Creative Monkey provided the best design experience I could have ever imagined. He immediately captured the essence of the concept with a 3-star design (which would have required a great deal of original creativity along with a careful and thoughtful review of the design brief), and then he proceeded to diligently iterate on the design over several days until we arrived at a 5-star design. Communication couldn't have possibly been any better if we were sitting across the table from one another.
I can recommend Creative Monkey for your design project without any reservation whatsoever. I couldn't be happier with the outcome.
How Stephaniepowell38 started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Give a Brighter Day
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a new online community that encourages people to do random acts of kindness and track the ripple effect of their acts online. Community participants pass cards (which are the size of business cards and include serialized numbers) to others in order to track how far-reaching these acts can go.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
Other color requirements
Something fun, eye-catching, bright
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We really like the concept of incorporating the sun and/or some sort of gradient or graphical element that hints at something getting brighter.
Also, we'd like to see some designs where the following text flows around the outside of the front of the card, as in the first "Designs We Like" example below. (We're not married to this idea, but think it might be worth considering.) Text would be something like:
"to a taxi cab driver... to someone on the street... to a teacher... to a bank teller... to a waiter... to a senior citizen... to a mailman... to a complete and total stranger..."