She did everything I asked for and was continually looking to improve design. I really appreciate the time she put in and the overall quality of her work.
She was fantastic! Design was perfect for our client and she was super responsive to the inevitable small changes.
I particularly liked the simple, clean, yet very effective ideas that were put forward to me.
Amendments were no trouble and I would highly recommend this designer to anyone.
- David Griffiths
- Zack Fair
Zack was fast and amazing to work with. He made changes until I got exactly what I needed for my project. I will definitely work with him again in the future!
- king JU
How Michael Steele started their logo design journey
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Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Immersive Learning Environments @ Duke project (pronounced illiad) is building a 3D serious game to train medical and nursing students. So imagine Gears of War accept we're trying to save the virtual patient. A moniker could be a "Holodeck for Healthcare" or "Flight simulation for healthcare". This is project is sponsored by Duke University, so tie in with the Duke brand would be a bonus. We need a logo initially, but will eventually need a whole host of branding material.
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We need to appeal to a broad demographic of healthcare professionals. We want our 20 something learners to think it's cool as well as appeal to older faculty who will review our marketing and grant proposals for funding requests. This will be a web based platform, so Web 2.0 is appealing. But it needs to be professional to be accepted by the medical community. We like the elegant simplicity of Apple designs. Our environment will be collaborative, exciting, life like, and include augmented reality.