This designer is fantastic, was very patient with the process, and came through in every way. Highly recommended!
- mike XDT
quarterbackTB has been phenomenal throughout this process! He really got my vision and patiently tweaked the design until it was absolutely perfect. I intend to return to him for the next two books in my series. GREAT experience with a fantastic artist!
How cschloe started their book cover journey
Drones - UAS for Emergency Response Services
Christopher J. Schloe
Chris Schloe has been a Search & Rescue volunteer for over twelve years. Serving as the president for a Washougal, WA based team for four years, he currently volunteers with Mountain Wave Search & Rescue in Clackamas, OR. He is the flight instructor for the teams drone division, assisting in the continual development of the drone team, and processes for effective uses with UAVs. Chris is taking his twenty plus years of business and marketing acumen, along with his love of training, to launch a book series aimed at helping emergency response services developing and deploying UAVs in their local agencies, and volunteer groups.
A comprehensive guide for developing and implementing a UAS (drone) Division for public safety agencies.
Law Enforcement, Fire & Rescue, Search & Rescue, Park Rangers... 80% Men
Book cover type
Big, Bold, captures the attention, smart creative design
Clean, direct and to the point
Strong, big and bold
Big, Bold, Title and Pic complement each other nicely.
Dark, Bold, Pic speaks to reader
Dark, Bold pic speaks to readers
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Book cover #1 needs to Sell #2 needs to appeal to military / law informant readers. Title needs to be bold and easy to read on Amazon
Not sure if my company logo for Columbia UAV should be on there?
Would think a picture of a drone (DJI M200) would capture attention?
Looking for Strong Bold and Obvious
What to avoid
artistic, pink, soft, bubbles, anything that looks like a DJI Phantom drone. Author is open to input and suggestions, or answering any questions for better clarity.