Designer was rapid with turnaround, receptive to feedback, offered good critical advice that was necessary to the project, and creative in thinking. Would definitely work with arabindo again.
Great ideas, perfect work, timely and friendly contact, lively exchange. I am very happy with our collaboration and really happy with the result. If you are looking for a TOP designer, this is the place for you.
Such a wonderful experience working with this designer in a book cover contest! The designer gave us exactly what we were looking for and was willing to work with us along the way on minor edits without delay. Very easy to work with and produces a great result! Would definitely work with him again and would highly recommend him to others looking for a compelling book cover design.
Designer was very easy to work with.
Awesome job and a great communicator!
- Frank Shaw
I appreciate Frank and his professionalism. I had initiated communication with 4 designers on 99designs at the start of my project and Frank was by far the most responsive which is why I chose him. He continued to be engaged and responsive through my two projects.
How aledwardsii started their book cover journey
Creating Wealth in Affordable Housing; A Motivational Handbook
Al Ely Edwards II, MBA
A New Orleans real estate investor in the affordable housing space, husband and father who’s business was impacted by Hurricane Katrina and tells the story and strategies of recovery and prosperity following the disaster. MBA, Tulane University, Dillard University undergrad, licensed pilot, commercial contractor, local philanthropist founder of scholarship fund. (see http://www.elyedwards.com)
A brief account of path to wealth via real estate investment in affordable residential housing, for those beginning with modest resources. Boom provides theory, strategy and encouragement for those interested who see the start as daunting and prohibitive.
Fledgling investors or those interested in alternative retirement investing in contrast to the stock market or those seeking to change the trajectory of their careers.
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What colors do you want to see in your design?
Since the dimensions of an acme brick are similar to those of a dollar bill. An image of a gloved hand laying a brick in a wall pattern of dollar bill -wrapped bricks would be a good abstract image. Split and arch the title around the image in a larger font with the subtitle in straight, smaller font below. Shades of green imagery and print on black background seems attractive for the title & subject. Times Roman or block lettering probably best.
What to avoid
Wide or distant image scope and cartoon style imaging. A sketch style picture would be fitting . No bubble lettering or overlapping script.