It was a total pleasure and we were made to feel very comfortable while dealing with BPIDALA. The responses were prompt, detailed and to the point. The designer understood all our requirements and stood by us through the journey. Very Strongly recommended and we look forward to working together again. Thank you 99Designs for making this so much fun and simple.Fantastic experience.
- Tricolour Films
Great eye and style! Will work with again!
- Waterbury Publishers
This designer was awesome! I just loved the work, communication and his willingness to change the subtitles and such. Will definitely hire again!
Dejan is a talented graphics designer and is very responsive and detailed. This is the second book cover he has done for me and I will use him again for future books. I recommend his services.
How DCCarrie started their print or packaging design journey
Who are you known as?
the adventure novel Rumors of Savages
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Rumors of Savages is an adventure/thriller inspired by my adventures working on documentaries for National Geographic Television. A summary of the book can be found at rumorsofsavages.com and the ebook is already for sale on Amazon.com--just search under "Rumors of Savages." (The print cover is horrible, I realize--it was just the cheapest available for a print-on-demand run).
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I'm looking for a new book cover for my e-book--something better than what I designed myself!
The file should be 600x800 pixels at 300 DPI, jpeg format.
Please if possible also include a Photoshop file at least 1800x2400 with title and author name as a separate layer.
I've attached a two-page summary of the book as well as the cover I designed, and would be happy to send a designer a pdf of the manuscript. It's a quick, fun read!
I'm not loving the cover I designed myself and am looking for something better--something that would appeal to the adventure/thriller/mystery crowd. The one I have, I realize, is way too busy.
The story is set in the jungle of Central Africa, with a documentary TV crew stalked by a mysterious "lost tribe" while in search of a lost anthropologist. I'm looking for something that conveys that sense of mystery, adventure, etc. It has the pacing of a Dan Brown or Michael Crichton novel.