Diosa II was a pleasure to work with and responded quickly to any requests. I would definitely recommend using Diosa II on future design work.
ManuRocks was great to work with; he was quick with his responses and changes that I'd requested. He was really the only designer that engaged in conversation with me about what I needed. I'll be asking him to do more work for us.
The Key was always quick to respond to any changes that I requested. I like his sleek, modern, forward design style. I would recommend the Key to anyone
How Beth8761 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Economic Hardship Reporting Project
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We want to make the reality of economic hardship inescapable by amplifying stories of people in economic distress. We are hiring out-of-work story tellers whose work we will aggressively distribute through as many outlets as possible. We are are a sort of journalistic "swat team" trying to make the public understand that economic hardship is not only pervasive but growing in ways that too few people understand. Our founder, Barbara Ehrenreich, argues "we need to examine an emerging downside of “American exceptionalism.” While other so-called advanced countries have programs in place to reverse individuals’ trajectories into poverty, we have a plethora of policies – public and private, formal and informal – that actually accelerate the process of downward mobility. "
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This project is the brainchild of Barbara Ehrenreich. Here is a link http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/w…hrenreich- to a video of her on the Daily Show- she is looking to apply the same skeptical attitude to the real challenges people are facing in this project.
The project was also inspired by the WPA Federal Writers Project: http://www.loc.gov/rr/program/bib/n…l/fwp.html. We are raising money to pay laid-off journalists and other story-tellers fair fees for their time and effort.