I had a great experience with this designer. Not only did I love their initial ideas, but they took my feedback and created something even better that I am really happy with! They were also very fast to make edits and reply. I used them for business cards too and they did a great job!
- Jack Benton ™
I was very pleased with the perfectly client oriented service and the final design. He was quick to react to my suggestions and came up with plenty of design ideas in the process. I can recommend him to anyone.
Raz is an excellent designer and communicator. I’m very grateful I was able to work with him on putting a new brand together. He put my client’s Brand vision into action and iterates quickly. He is always responsive to feedback and questions. He took the extra time to make the final design files easy to access and edit. I’ll be seeking to work with him on all my future design projects.
- Aegis Innovators
We selected yudidab as the winner of our contest, from nearly 500 designs submitted by over 100 designers. There were many excellent designs so it was a difficult choice, but we are very happy with our choice. Not only was his design outstanding, but he was a pleasure to work with . . .very responsive in terms of making modifications to the designs and also submitting all the various file types that I requested.
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Logo should be very binary in design, hard lines, very on or off. I love the B with the dots coming out the top. The logo should be one word "BitLayers" but it is two words Bit and Layers so the two words should be styled differently. Notice how "Bit" is black and "Layers" is blue with shadow layers. Also the "B" should be able to be represented by itself like in the example "B.png" When you think bit, think a binary computer state representing a 1 or 0. When you think layers think a logical layer in a software application stack as in a n-tier application design.