The design was for a planning guide for gardening in german, so I was curious, how that would work on this site.
I only can say, it was great and I am very happy with the design of my finalist.
Marola was truly wonderful to work with. From Marola's first draft on my project, I felt instantly connected to their style, feeling Marola truly understood the essence and aesthetic of my work (contemporary dance). All communication with Marola was fast and positive. I was never made to feel like my many detailed requests were too many. The only challenge I had in the process was Marola's repeated spelling errors. Triple check all spelling! Because of this, the process was delayed a bit because each time I reviewed the drafts, my eye would catch a new typo. This is the only reason I rated this designer a 4 and not a 5. Regardless, I would happily work with Marola again!
- lins D
It's always a pleasure working with Meela. Professional communication, quick responses and beautiful design.
- New Shelves Books
- Corto Maltese
Professional and easy to work with!
- Dhian Biw
Awesome designer! Very cooperative and professional 10/10
How doceo2002 started their book cover journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I have a blog named Worthy of Joy where I tell stories about my life with bipolar disorder and remembering my self-worth. I wrote my autobiography, called I Am Awesome at Depression alongside it. It will be an e-book. It is still in the first phase of editing.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
An e-book cover for an autobiography called I Am Awesome at Depression, with the potential for a print version of the book cover, as well. I would like my blog header, my website (I am redesigning RachelWeishaar.com at the moment ), and my book cover to complement each other. I'd like them all to reflect both the lightness and gravitas I bring to the subject of depression and mood disorders.
I love the idea of presenting polarities on the cover (for example: half dark and half light, or half photograph and half hand-drawn cartoon, or a light-spirited woman breaking through the somber cover. I am open to other ideas, too.