Terrible business person. He was great and very cooperative prior to me choosing his design for my winning design. He wanted to earn my business. If I asked him for a design change he would do it immediately. However, after I chose his design as the winning design he essentially dissappeared once he knew he was going to get paid. He broke a commitment of having 4 days to work together to perfect my design. It took him 3 days to respond to my request. 3 days were wasted. I never got the final design that I wanted. He claimed he had "Internet troubles." Where were those Internet troubles when he was trying to win my business? And all of the sudden he had Internet issues after he knew he was going to earn my money? Don't use him. If you want proof of his lack of professionalism, email me; email@example.com
- Rami SL
Excellent work and great communication! Highly recommended.
- 3rd Gee
Great to work with, excellent communication throughout the process.
How Nathan Stewart started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Rise Above Divorce
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Going through a divorce is one of the most emotional, costly, life-changing and high risk situations that anyone will ever experience. Divorce and Separation are both rated in the top 3 most stressful events likely to happen in a persons life. Yet while you are enduring this stress you are required to make some very significant decisions that will effect your life for many years into the future.
To be the comprehensive web site in assisting people with separation and
divorce. The intention is to provide support and practical advice to people either
contemplating separation & divorce or going through a separation & divorce.
The ambition is help people with all aspects of separation & divorce. This will include at least the following elements:
1. Practical steps
2. Cost Savings Options that reduce financial pressure
3. Emotional support
4. Health and wellbeing
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
blue, green, yellow, white (warm, happy, optimistic colours, with empathy for tough times)
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
- Must be gender neutral, as the website is targeted equally to men and women
- Must symbolise positivity, optimism, moving forward with life
- we DO NOT want any stereotypes surrounding divorce e.g. broken hearts, sad couples, broken families, sad children etc
Maybe somebody could also provide a logo that looks a bit like a stamp or something more serious but modern and approachable at the same time. I quite like the attached “Les ContreVersions” logo and also the ‘Love Magna’ logo which is in a circle.