We love the design and everything that comes with it. Competition was fierce. There were 6 finalists. We did public voting since all designs we saw were worthy to become stickers for children and young parents. Once again - great job.
Pleasure to work with. Fast, responsive, and friendly. I'd work with LizYee again, no doubt.
Reep's designs were excellent. He fully embraced the brief and achieved the look and feel I was going for in his first go. I am planning to set up a 1:1 project with him now to continue working on my project. Thank you, Reep!
Very professional, definitely a good experience working with Khalima !
It has been an absolute pleasure working with Onga. His artwork is amazing, and our communication has been very easy. Highly recommend!
Great designer and easy to work with.
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Helping people build good habits
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5-7 Habit stickers
We are looking for a freelancer who cares about kids and interested in helping them developing the right habits for their future. There is a website which purpose is to sell habit stickers for young parents who want to develop the right habits for themselves and for their kids as well. Those stickers will be having a very short sentence and an illustration of doing a specific habit. These stickers will serve as triggers/ reminders to parents and also their kids when they are old enough.
You can take a look at the website: https://habitstickers.webflow.io/ This is not a finished website and those fluffy toys will be replaced with boxes of different stickers for parents and children. Every box will contain a certain number of stickers and also explanation cards telling you where to place those stickers. For parents it is important to place those stickers somewhere at home on furniture / mirror / some objects. It will be their reminder / trigger to do something with their child. Later children could put same stickers (or similar stickers) in a book (every time I clean teeth - I get a sticker and stick it to one of books pages. After all stickers are done in the book - then I get a prize (something from the parents).
It is a good idea to consider an animal as a main character for habits. This approach solves a pretty important issue - gender. Otherwise we would need separate stickers for boys and girls.
Habit stickers examples (you can choose which ones you like most):
- "Read a book before bedtime" (a reminder for a parent to read a book to his baby)
- "Put toys in the box" (this should be done together with a baby)
- "Write down your thoughts about your baby" (this creates a great gift for your baby in the future when he/she learns to read)
- "Cleaning teeth"
- "Ask how was your baby's sleep" (and also tell how was yours)
- "Dance together"
- "Show different pictures and explain what that means"
- "Spend an active play hour with the baby together"
- "Cleaning/Wahshing hands"
- "Spend time learning alphabet"
- "Drink water" (regularly)
- "Hugs and kisses" (parents, toys)
- "Applaud every achievement by clapping hands"