Many designers provided me with great designs but Hamied really understood my brief and delivered the perfect logo design I could ask for.
d_zine was awesome. Great authentic original design. While others played with creative ways to use the initials of our company, d_zine created an icon. d_zine was also one of the more responsive tweakers to our requests. He won because the Logo evolved as we gave feedback, and therefore deservingly. Thank you d_zine, Cheers.
This design met the brief very well and conveyed the modern look we were seeking. The designer provided a number of variations to help us to decide on the final logo and responded quickly to requests for amendments.
Great work! Provided an amazing logo!
Safer was an absolute pleasure to work with, as soon as I saw his initial designs I gave him my feedback which he acted upon immediately. It was so smooth and easy to work with him as he was patient and extremely attentive. At first I was skeptical about using this platform but Safer has really made it a pleasure. He is creative, very skillful and thinks outside the box. When you want to make tweaks to his work he will happily provide whatever you need. Thank you so much for my logo, everyone absolutely loves it!!!!
- Sara - espritdecorps
Good design and communication with designer. Please with results.
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Exploring the nature of tech experiences
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We're creating a new podcast - here's the description...
“Empathetic Machines” explores empathy, ethics and experience in technology interactions large and small. Our podcast explores how humans, algorithms, and electronic devices are redefining the nature of experience. In turn, this redefinition is driving specific understandings - of ourselves, our jobs and workplace and our culture. Some of these understandings are new, but some appear to be quite old. And some are more misunderstandings than understandings at all. The new experience have led us to alternative versions of our own behavior and our interactions. The stakes are high. Who is responsible for the outcomes and tangible choices made in this digital interaction realm?
Each week, we pose a key question and explore a hypothesis from multiple angles including what’s ethical, where are the lines, and how to handle increasingly fuzzy boundaries. Do we expect too much of our technology? Do we care or even understand what we’re trading away? Do the folks who create and sell technology care — at all? Through the course of 10 episodes - each with exploratory lens - we’ll examine a continuum of opinions, examples and expectations that we bring to our relationship with electronics and technology.
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