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Lisa has been an absolute pleasure to work with. Her communication has been excellent - timely, and keeping us up to date on changes and/or issues. She interpreted our brief expertly - we had only minor changes to make from the original to the final version. Great designer to work with!
Great work. Will absolutely work with ashokanim111 again
Excellent design. Great communication.
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DramaQueen Entertainment is an indie film production company. The target audience consists of producers, directors, actors, and agents.
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I like the shadow and color, I don't like that I cannot determine what this company is from its logo.
I like the style of the lettering, especially the "R' and "A."It's creative.
The two-tone title is cool.
It is clear what service is being offered from the imagery.
It is clear what service is being offered from the imagery. Plus, it is simple and clean with a simple white background.
I don't like how small the words are. You have to strain to read the logo.
Simple and clean, but I cannot tell what the company does.
The Apple-like icon is pretty cool.
The founder of DramaQueen Entertainment is a woman aiming to portray and employ women in film, as well as teens. We especially are looking to portray people of color on the big and small screen.
I am pretty open, I like to let artists do what they do best. A design that represents royalty, women empowerment, and cinema, is ideal. Reds, Purples, and pinks are good, but nothing cheesy or stereotypically portraying women as dainty.