Great job on this second edition cover. Alex turned it around quickly and made the process enjoyable.
I can not say enough good things about Lila. She is so easy to work with, very responsive (I don't think she sleeps), kind and talented.
Thank you so much!!!
blueSlimz put way more effort into designing my book cover than I would have for the same money. He provided me with a plethora of designs to choose from, and was quick to modify them to meet with my guidance. Communication between he and I was continuous. He clearly wanted my business and was willing to work to get it. I have nothing negative to say about working with him.
- John R. Freeman II
- 9Green Studio
Well done. Thank you for being so easy to work with!
How bgood1 started their book cover journey
Who are you known as?
Get The Guy
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our ebook teaches women how to communicate with men so they can attract a great guy and keep him forever. The audience is women ages 25-45.
Specs: This is an ebook cover so it just requires a front and side (see attached ebook box cover example). We’ll want the PSD file of the winning design.
FRONT = 1970W X 2324H PX.
SIDE = 580W X 2324H PX.
How to Talk to Men
51 Scripts to Melt His Heart, Unlock What He’s Thinking, and Make Him Beg to Keep You Forever
New York Times Best-Selling Author
Include attached logo
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
An ebook cover for our guide that teaches women how to COMMUNICATE WITH MEN.
The design should speak to women, bridging the gap between how men and women communicate, romance, attraction, flirting, lasting love. It should be inspiring, hopeful and fun, yet sophisticated.
The most important thing that the cover needs to express is that we’re taking all the confusion out of *communicating* with men by giving women easy scripts to know exactly what to say in every situation.
Please explore any creative direction you think works. A few possible ideas we had are: Learning a language; Set of scripts; A woman whispering into his ear and driving him wild; Images of communication (Cell phones, texts, speech bubbles, etc.)