Excellent designer. Made prompt changes and exceeded our expectations. Will continue to use in the future.
Very glad we choose Bahaskies.! Her efficiency, professionalism, care, attention to the detail makes working with her a real pleasure.
Without a second thought, I will choose to work Bajaskies in the future.
My company had just won an international contract, and needed a simple, yet professional logo design quickly. I posted a 24-hour turnaround contest, and provided lots of feedback. This designer made 20 different modifications to my design - reverse image, color changes, and even made slogan suggestions. It was an extremely professional interaction, and I always felt supported throughout the experience. I would highly recommend F@N to anyone else.
- Bryan Andrews
Bryan was great to work with. I would absolutely work with him in the future
Realdreemz was an absolute pleasure to work with. Extremely fast at responding to feedback, so much so that sometimes we hadn't even finished leaving feedback on another design and he'd already uploaded changes we asked for a couple of minutes earlier.
He provided all files promptly and to specification and was extremely polite in all his dealings with us.
Be very happy to work with again.
How Tristan Kromer started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Lean Startup Circle
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Lean Startup Circle is a community of entrepreneurs who are interested in lean startup methodology.
Lean startup is a term coined by Eric Ries based on lean manufacturing which applies lean thinking to entrepreneurship in general. http://theleanstartup.com/
Basically it's a group of (mostly tech) entrepreneurs starting businesses who help each other out.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
It is a playful group, but startups are about late nights full of caffeine. I tried to do a simple logo with a coffee stain for the circle, but could not get it to look quite right.
The "circle" in this case refers to:
- simplicity of zen
- a circular table where you might have a meeting of equals (like King Arthur's round table)
- The build-measure-learn loop that is used in lean startup. This is an iterative process of continuous improvement through small steps.
Please feel free to send very very rough sketches. I will give quick feedback. I do not mind very rough sketches and can get an idea of the direction very quickly without a lot of fine polish.