Loparka's design was originally a contender in a contest I ran here a couple years ago. I always liked and remembered her design but was talked into awarding the original win to someone else. I regret this for the last few years and finally got in touch with her to make it right, and pay her for her excellent work! It is elegant, well composed, beautiful to look at and just the right touch of classic and modern. Mahalo Nui Loa from Hawaii!
Great, innovative ideas, good execution of the design, and very responsive with getting us what we need. Thanks!
Designer 1234 created an original, well thought out design for my small business. He was responsive to my feedback. I was happy with everything.
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We are a start-up. Our goal is to use clean, efficient energy to grow fresh vegetables in greenhouses in remote locations, specifically the rural areas of Alaska. Our goal is to both supply fresh vegetables at a reasonable price to remote villages, but to also employ people locally who would have to leave home for a job. Fresh, affordable vegetables is a significant issue for rural residents, many of whom live on the tundra (in Alaska, anyway).
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Target audience initially: Alaskan village councils, Alaskan state legislators, other purchasers of our product. I want to promote the technical soundness of our approach as well as the benefit to the health and welfare of community members. Shipping to rural Alaska is expensive, so is energy generation. Our integrated and self contained approach to food production (using wind primarily) will enable food production without adding to the existing (very high) cost of energy. There is a component of food security as well.