Mature, talented , SUPER RESPONSIVE. CREATIVE. Will work with him again and recommend him. 10 stars!!!
Nicci was incredibly creative, responsive, and very intuitive with her designs as well as her ability to make changes based on the information I was giving her on the fly. I would highly recommend her work all around!
Fenomenal! Ha hecho un trabajo muy bueno.
Curak did a great job and was very responsive to all of my feedback! Highly recommended!!
Great communication and took direction well and created a wonderful design.
How bobf3 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
NO MORE Broken or Ripped Cell Phone Holsters!! WE FIXED IT!! :)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
After 20 years of buying cell phone holsters that ALWAYS broke or ripped in 90 days or less, INVENTED A NEW ONE. "Holdster Pro" can't rip or break. it lives on your belt (or in a purse) and attaches with velcro. NO WORKING PARTS TO RIP OR BREAK. Research reveals worldwide market, global appeal and fixes an age old problem of planned ob·so·les·cence . Holds any device from cell phones, tape measures, beepers, baby monitors...anything with a surface. Even a homeless person could afford one. It's easier, safer, faster and stronger than anything on the market - and when driving... allows you to keep your eyes on the road when reaching for it. You just "peel if off" - since it's secured with Velcro.
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Being visual... and since many REALLY need to have things spelled out, and in keeping with the "before-after" (such as weight loss)... I'm VERY open to "cartoonish" ideas.. maybe a "toon" of someone with a busted up, ripped and non functioning cell phone holster -- next to someone with super easy NON-BREAKABLE velcro "pop off" type method of "cell phone transport". Maybe a rendition of this unit "in action" on a person's belt... (I can send a photo if you like)... more later I'm sure... :)