I saw previous work from Antdesain and loved it. Sent a few designs I liked and it came out amazing. Super clean and creative! Highly recommended
Rodesign$ worked on my logo contest. This designer diligently continued to enter design after design and listened to the feedback I provided. Very quick response! In the last hours of the contest, I fell in love with the design I chose. The original design(s) I would have chosen were blown away. This designer has been great to work with and I highly recommend inviting to your contest or working directly one on one. Beautiful design(s) and I am in love with my logo! Thank you!
Very creative and original design and very patient and responsive to various wanted. Was awarded winner in our logo design contest. Look forward to working together in the future projects.
- Grey Crow designs
Great work. Thank you again.
Love her style
Plus so nice and accommodating
What a talent. Simple geometric fundamentals that become compelling designs.
- Kenzai Jordan
How shoppingathlete started their logo design journey
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Shopping Athlete: (Noun.) A person possessing the natural or acquired traits, such as strength, agility, and endurance that are necessary to shop.
When most people think of sports, they think of basketball, football, soccer or numerous other athletic activities. Probably the last thing that would come to mind is shopping. However, for many people, shopping is considered a sport. Shopping takes endurance, stamina, strength, training and competition!
Endurance and Stamina
Now, consider a large mall and a Saturday afternoon. Some of these malls are huge and going from store to store can definitely be a workout. If you are spending the day at your local mall, walking a few miles would not be unheard of. And if it is during the holiday season, you may have to walk a mile just to get in from the parking lot. A full day of shopping definitely requires endurance and stamina. Why do you think malls place benches throughout? Those long days of shopping can be too much for those that are not physically prepared.
Be honest ladies: How many of you drag your husbands along when you go shopping just to carry the bags? Your purchases can be heavy and this requires strength. Those that take shopping seriously know this and they make sure they are prepared with the right equipment such as bags on wheels or husbands.
Now, competition is something that is usually a part of all sports. But does it apply to shopping? For those of you that said "no," I am guessing you have never hit the stores on Black Friday. The competition that can be found early in the morning in a line waiting for the store to open can get brutal. People have been injured. It can be worse than the running of the bulls when those doors open as people rush to get those limited sale items. And let me tell you, if you manage to score one of those deals, bragging about your win is required.
Just looking at some of these main requirements when it comes to sports, shopping definitely does fit in the description. Those bargains you scored may just be better than any gold medal.
Win or Lose
Most sports require there to be a winner or a loser. Now, you might not think this would apply to shopping. But think back to a shopping trip where you scored a winning deal or purchased that last sale item. These are definitely wins.
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