We awarded a winning design to yohpej in Jan 2014. Yohpej initial designs made it clear to us that he thoroughly understood our brief. Although other designers provided a large number of different designs, recognizing that we liked his initial design Yohpej stuck with it and made small adjustments based on our comments, ultimately producing the final winning design. Working with Yohpej was easy and his response was always quick and accurate.
- tangguh W
TA understood my brief and created work that was right on target. He was quick and responsive to fine-tune the work several times. He is easy and helpful to work with!
- wayne cerullo
Inspiring, fresh and modern design; just all what we wanted.
Quick and reliable delivery of all artefacts.
For my first ever project, a logo contest, this designer had the most unique design according to what we wanted. Very easy to work with too, and always willing to produce variations based on your feedback.
Great to work with. Takes suggestions well, and makes improvements over your ideas too.
Amazing work, as always. My go to designer on here!
How Bainbridgemedia started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We’re an online magazine for the everyman looking to get more out of life.
Most men’s sites either try to convince guys they need $400 shoes to be successful or assume they don’t have anything better to do than play video games all weekend. We’re different. Whether it’s making smart career choices or grilling a better burger, we provide no-nonsense information and actionable next steps without the fluff found on other sites. Our readers smell B.S. from a mile away, so our content needs to pass the sniff test for street-smart guys. Guys who read our online magazine can either fill up on helpful info quickly and get back on life’s highway by focusing on an articles’ main takeaways or dive deep on a topic to get everything they need to take life by the horns.
Our typical reader is a family man who probably raised a little hell in his younger days but has been tamed by the responsibilities of adult life. His rebellious streak remains, but now he wants to channel it towards building a better life for himself and those that matter to him. He values results, not diplomas. He’s not tech-challenged, but he doesn’t automatically buy into every new gadget or service; if it makes life easier or helps him accomplish his goals, he’s interested.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
Logo types to explore
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