Great Designer! Provided exactly what my customer desired. Thank You!
Khakim was wonderful to work with. Communicative and creative. He presented the most elegant, unique designs from the start. Then when I gave him further clues, he delivered exactly what I wanted.
We used Sasha to redesign our company logo that was pretty basic. I'm glad we did, because it was a great experience! Sasha was always easy to get in touch with whenever we had questions. He listened to what we wanted and came up with creative, design-forward solutions. We get so many compliments on our new logo! If we had to do it all over again, I would choose Sasha again in a heartbeat. He is not only a talented designer with a great eye, but also a true pleasure to work with!
Very communicative and open to feedback. Working with him was a pleasant experience. He offered a variety of ideas, and was willing to change even the nit-pickiest of details.
- PuzzleBooks Press
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What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
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The website has a map theme. We are focused on the idea of presenting games criticism as a way to find out who you are and find other people/games you like. It's not about being negative or cutting down others. Maps are made by identifying landmarks and making small notes as one explores.
I want to emphasis the map theme in the logo via a compass. This is why I picked the colors red, blue, gold, silver, bronze. Basically the colors and materials that make up a classic compass with a red tip that points north.
The website is called Design Oriented. So the map and direction theme is there as well. Perhaps play with the idea of the letters N,S,E, and W but add a "D" for design.
Game design and design are pretty abstract concepts.