Cloudys has been a pleasure to work with. The designer had, in my case, a great vision for the logo right from the first iteration. While you might have to go through several iterations with him, each one will certainly progress well. Great job, Cloudys! :)
- Raymond™ ✅
I highly recommend this designer. Raymond really tapped into a deeper level of creativity when creating an app icon for GradeSlide. Quick to respond to feedback. I couldn't have asked for more.
- Luisa P
Great designer with excellent response and timeliness.
Always a pleasure to do business with someone who takes their projects seriously and conducts themselves in a professional manner.
We look forward to doing more business with Luisa and I'm sure others will too!
Worked with Alexa numerous time and can't rate her highly enough! She works incredibly quickly but diligently and totally understands the brand. Have loved working with her again and look forward to the next project.
Un plaisir de travailler avec mazbook. Disponible, sérieuse et à l'écoute de nos attentes. Je suis totalement satisfait du travail fourni. Je la conseille vivement
How Rattu started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
La Dee Da
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I’m an Individual developer working seriously to launch an acapella
singing game into private beta for the iPhone. The game I’m
developing is inspired from a common party game that is now famous
thanks to “Hollywood Game Night”, a recently launched TV show on
NBC (an example episode can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Su2Eb7sWG4Y, as well as the
asynchronous, turn-based 2-player gameplay approach used in another
hit game on the Apple App Store, “Draw Something”
Please take a look at the attached text file for the rules of the game
(it’ll help visualizing the gameplay and how various design
decisions should be approached).
The app is not published, nor do I have confirmed design concepts for
the screens of my app (a separate design contest is posted here for
this app, if you want a simultaneous gig :)). Having said that, you
can take a look at detailed wireframes on FluidUI to get a much better
feel what the app experience the logo is to be designed for. Here's
the link to it: https://www.fluidui.com/editor/live…8510202024.
I’ve added notes for each wireframed screen on FluidUI (please be
sure to read through them). You can do this by clicking on the
settings icon next to the barcode on the top right. There, you’ll
find the option to show notes, as well as the option to increase the
size of the screen so that all notes are visible. The screen behaviour
is buggy (buttons, etc. won’t seem to work). You’ll have to make
sure your mouse cursor turns blue on a given wireframed UI element
(indicating that the element is clickable) before clicking it. I've
also attached images that show draft versions of wireframes sketched
on my whiteboard (almost redundant to the wireframes on FluidUI,
except to give an idea of what I thought goes on each popup, as well
as some additional information that might not be shown on the
wireframes on FluidUI).
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I've noticed some designs here include animations. I'd like that the logo incorporate some kind of animation designed by one of you (especially for the loading screen of the app).
Feel free to play with the name of the app ("La Dee Da"). It's not 100% final yet :)
If you want a simultaneous gig, a design contest for the actual app is also posted here as well.