A great design, knew what we were after, nailed it on the first try. Responded to emails promptly, would/will use again.
- Graphic December
Excellent and creative designer! Gave me so many variations that were possibly what I want that it's almost impossible to ignore his design and not choose him to be the winner!
fuzzywuzzy was fantastic to work with! Thank you for lending your creativity to our project.
- amanda 8G
exactly what i was after
- Moeh Sutoyo
Excellent designer. Great sense of style. Very Helpful with all of our revisions. Will work together again.
How SuperDataScience started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Creating a board game is easy. Creating a great board game, however, is a completely different story. Our goal is to create awesome board games that people will love to play - again and again, with their friends and family.
At the start we want to focus on futuristic themes like Artificial Intelligence and eventually touch other, more known themes as well. We want our games to have high replay value, and we also want them to clearly reflect their theme in the gameplay mechanics.
Our core customers, at least at the start, will be young people enthusiastic about AI and other futuristic technologies. We want to eventually reach other customers as well.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
IMPORTANT: Try to create a design with a Cheshire cat grin next to the words "Realgrin games" or "Realgrin". You can try to incorporate the grinning mouth with the words in some way.
The logo will mostly be seen on the corners of game boxes. It will be quite small, so it needs to be relatively simple and clear.
The logo should be stylized, a bit modern, but also friendly. The message we're trying to get across is "try this game, it will be a lot of fun!"