I received dozens of fantastic designs for my logo, but Hypergraph stood out as unique and unlike the others - really generating the eye-catching material needed in a competitive environment of new businesses and organizations. His designs are fresh, his communication is prompt and clear and his tone is friendly and efficient. I have already inquired with him about working on my next design for another business. I was concerned that the same person doing a great job on the logo may not be a good fit for doing the hosted website -- but his work there has also been fantastic. Working on my website (before 99designs) used to be a time consuming pain, and with Hypergraph, its now become a reality and something I enjoy watching develop. Definitely recommended - and I am very impatient and particular!!
Exceptionally talented designer who is receptive and responsive to your input. It was a pleasure to work with this professional.
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Typically I work with 20-28 year old elite athletes who have the challenge of performing at their peak week in and week out.
I help them to fast track the expression of their genius and potential by working with their body and mind to produce this result.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I need a template designed for a 7 module course I have developed. The template should include a logo and a template I can use so that my information is branded with the logo and other information.
Tagline For logo:
Design your career, leave a legacy, inspire others
The logo needs to illicit the feeling that the athlete is in control of their own career and their success is guaranteed.
I like the the idea of an athlete scaling a mountain but am open to all ideas. You guys are the experts :)
I also like the idea of an athlete celebrating. But the orientation of the logo should be as if someone were looking up toward an athlete as they would if the athlete was on a stage or dais celebrating or receiving a medal or trophy.