Teo is absolutely amazing. Aside from just the execution of design, he takes the time to better understand your vision and the client experience. What we enjoyed the most about working with Teo was that even before submitting a design, he read the brief and then had follow up questions. His questions allowed us to really think about what we wanted in our product and resulted in an amazing design that we couldn't be happier with. Would definitely recommend and look forward to using his services again for future projects.
I have nothing but positive feedback. What a positive experience from start to finish. I give my highest recommendation. Thank you for my personalized tattoo design! I’m over the moon.
Parassa has the eyes of a true designer.
When I had edits to make they were done well and exactly the way I needed.
Raz is an excellent designer and communicator. I’m very grateful I was able to work with him on putting a new brand together. He put my client’s Brand vision into action and iterates quickly. He is always responsive to feedback and questions. He took the extra time to make the final design files easy to access and edit. I’ll be seeking to work with him on all my future design projects.
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How joshuagaither started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Piano tuning, repairing, restoration (rebuilding old pianos), and repurposing (turning old pianos into bars, desks, aquariums, and using the old parts to make art, jewelry, coffee tables, etc..)
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
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Hello and thank you for designing for me. I am a student at the University of Tennessee and Owner/Operator/Technician for Volunteer Piano. My piano company focuses on tuning, repair, rebuilding, and re-purposing pianos. I would like the incorporation of piano or piano tool graphics in the design; perhaps even a grand piano incorporated into the "A" in "PIANO". I chose the name " Volunteer Piano" wanting it to be obvious that I was a local business with no focus on the University of Tennessee, although it does reside in the same city. I request that the "Power T" of UT's football team NOT be used in the design and the color "UT orange" is NOT necessary either. Tennessee was nicknamed "The Volunteer State" because of the large number of soldiers that volunteered during the war of 1812. I appreciate your time and I look forward to working with you!