Gaudi is good! He really puts a lot into the design process. What really made him standout to me was the way he would listen very well to the precise feedback I gave him and incorporate that into new iterations of the design while at the same time, being willing to flex his creative muscles and provide a steady stream of fresh and new design ideas at the same time!! One of the main reasons I chose 99designs.com was to get a lot of great design options and it started to feel like once I started provided feedback, many designers would only make minor tweaks to their original designs and this got frustrating. But not Gaudi! He'd do the tweaks like everyone else, but then provide new and interesting designs all the time as well. And they were all quite good!! In fact, it was one of his later designs that we ended up choosing as our final logo! Since we had more design work to do with icons and buttons after the logo was done, his ability to demonstrate his talents in creating a whole bunch of top-notch designs made him a clear choice to have him do some 1-to-1 work for us too. Something that he's working on for us right now. He was very prompt in responding to us, very professional, courteous and didn't get involved in the petty arguments that other designers get involved with. I enthusiastically recommend Gaudi!
Very creative and responsive to changes. Thank You for our new logo and identity for our church
It was a pleasure working with Dian as he is very responsive and cooperative. His designs really stand out and he understood the brief well. Highly recommend his services.
Thank you very much. Speedy turnaround.
How ben.sternke started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a new church starting in Fishers, Indiana. We focus on "church as community" rather than event, gathering around the table of Jesus.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Dark neutrals (Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.)
Light neutrals (Purity, balance and sophistication.)
Oranges (Creativity, adventure and happiness.)
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Since "The Table" needs to be in the name, the logo should NOT look like a table.