Johnny is very patient and will deliver as per your needs. Will definately recommend his service and will be usinf him for the future.
Very good job! Thanks and see you again!
Thank you so much for this amazing designer. The only one who could give me a dream logo for my business. Recommended to anyone who looks a creative and intuitive designer to match their wish logo. Thanks thanks you made it well!
My e-book is the happiest, as it has finally found its *perfect* match with Doru's marvellous and inspired E-Cover. I couldn't have imagined it so beautiful. In fact, I got lucky and benefited the work of a team: Doru and his young daughter (!) who created a drawing which made the design unbeatable. I feel like I am the one who's the awarded winner :)
Doru was a charm making all the necessary edits to accommodate the second thoughts I had about the title that I ended up changing. I truly appreciated his dedication, responsiveness/fast delivery through wee hours, talent, professionalism & kindness.
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The assignment was a logo for an Italian restaurant. The designer created a custom logo that was simple, but sophisticated. The logo appeared to be custom, and did not suggest stock elements patched together. The designer was very receptive to making minor adjustments client requested. A very positive experience.
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The Company is a new biotechnology company focused on developing novel cancer therapeutics. The Target audience would be business people, journalists, scientists and people from other biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies.
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The background of the Company name, Onchilles (on-Kill-eeez) Pharma is a combination of "Oncology" and "Achilles" The reasoning is that the company is focused on developing medicines targeted at the "Achilles Heel" of cancer. A vulnerability, a weakness in this deadly disease.