Great designer with excellent vision. Stays up-to-date with trends in the design world. Responsive to comments and attentive to details. It was not really "working" with Fernando, it is more of being a part of the creative process. If you have a passion for what you do, he shares it with you. He didn't mind to stay up late to fix little things. And if you think he doesn't "get" you, that's only because his english is not so fluent. Try sketch-drawing your idea and he will comeback to you with design meeting your demands.
PixelPrime was a very professional in the approach to design and service to the customer. The design ideas were good and was very open to making changes in line with the way we wanted the app to work as well as communicating very responsively.
Would recommend PixelPrime to others looking for app design concepts.
How deji v started their app design journey
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
The app will be a kiosk app, similar to the concept "Belly" app 7-eleven has with there rewards app on the Ipad Mini on the counters.
The way this will be used when a winery business opens the app is they will see my branding (The Wine Club site), they will then be able to log into the app and when they do, they can place the ipad on their counter facing customers. When a customer approaches and wants to sign up they will use this app on the iPad to do so. At any point they should be able to cancel the transaction or go back.
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the app?
I like a lot of the UI concepts the folks over at http://www.ui8.net have. I'd like this design to be modern, geared towards wine and elegant. The theme can use typical colors for wine related things, like reds, greens, beige, etc. But I am not tied those colors.
I'd also like to have an app icon thrown in.
Wine Club Concierge
I have attached wireframes of the 3 screens I'd like designed. This is just to illustrate, the screens you design do not have to look like these wireframes 100%. I am just using them to capture the elements on each screen.