Kam worked really hard and did a great job following my direction. He also helped out with his own creative freedom that I asked off him.
Great working with Pelangi! Very happy with the results. Thanks!
You did great work, were a very good communicator, flexible, but clear on your convictions, and I really appreciated that. I hope we get to work together again.
We are very happy with the design. It is a very clean design that will fit our needs. The designer was so responsive to our suggestions and comments.
Needed follow-up work for a modification to my logo. Designer was fast, responsive, accommodating. Excellent service!
I could not be more happy for my logo. Foqus did a great job. This 99 Design crowd sourcing concept is also very nice.
How Support57 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Recognition-Primed Data Networks
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Computer Repair, Data Networks, Consultation, Solve Problems Quickly
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Recognition-primed decision (RPD) is a model of how people make quick, effective decisions when faced with complex situations. In this model, the decision maker is assumed to generate a possible course of action, compare it to the constraints imposed by the situation, and select the first course of action that is not rejected. RPD has been described in diverse groups including ICU nurses, fireground commanders, chess players, and stock market traders. It functions well in conditions of time pressure, and in which information is partial and goals poorly defined. The limitations of RPD include the need for extensive experience among decision-makers (in order to correctly recognize the salient features of a problem and model solutions) and the problem of the failure of recognition and modeling in unusual or misidentified circumstances. It appears to be a valid model for how human decision-makers make decisions.