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  • Business Services
  • Creative Design
  • Design
  • Logo Design
  • Translation
  • Writing

Services

  • Logo design

    $8/hr Starting at $28 Ongoing

    Dedicated Resource

    ell-written logo design brief is what puts designers on the right track towards designing the perfect logo for your business. Before you start your brief, it’s important to understand the key components...

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About

I'm professional Logo designer and Translater .I promise that I work With very efficient. I'm not let you down.And work will done in time I promise.

Hi! I’m a designer turned software developer with experience across design, front-end through to back-end (throw in a little app development too!).
My primary focus is on creating practical solutions for small to medium-sized businesses, located anywhere on earth, that want to increase their revenue and efficiency in an increasingly connected world. Having worked with both startups and enterprise, I’ve always been fascinated by how businesses operate and what makes them tick. A common theme has always underpinned the work I’ve done, and it’s the drive to create — I just love to see something through from idea to reality.
Today I’m location independent and use it to my advantage to see and try new things. I love being immersed in new languages, places and cultures, and going out for a new foodie experience gets me way more excited than is probably good for me!I’d always done a few things here and there on word of mouth, but never considered freelancing as a serious business until I secured a rather large project (and mostly by accident!). It got the gears turning, so to speak!
What really appealed to me was the freedom to mold my work to fit with my lifestyle. Suddenly life opens up with so many possibilities and you have the flexibility and privilege of choosing how to live your day. There’s the increased responsibility and the work and pressure that comes with all that, but it’s satisfying to know that I’m building something of my own, and that there’s no limit to how far you can take it if you want to.
What has been your greatest success so far?
Initially I was interested just in the content that DYF had to offer, as what Brennan had written up on his public blog posts really resonated with me. What I did not expect to find however was such a genuinely kind and helpful community of like-minded people.
I’ve only been involved for a few months, and already some good discussions and bits of advice have saved and earned me thousands of dollars. What DYF offers as a wh

Work Terms

I will work 30 to 40 hour's of week.and I prefer PayPal Transaction.



















I’d always done a few things here and there on word of mouth, but never considered freelancing as a serious business until I secured a rather large project (and mostly by accident!). It got the gears turning, so to speak!
What really appealed to me was the freedom to mold my work to fit with my lifestyle. Suddenly life opens up with so many possibilities and you have the flexibility and privilege of choosing how to live your day. There’s the increased responsibility and the work and pressure that comes with all that, but it’s satisfying to know that I’m building something of my own, and that there’s no limit to how far you can take it if you want to.
What has been your greatest success so far?
Initially I was interested just in the content that DYF had to offer, as what Brennan had written up on his public blog posts really resonated with me. What I did not expect to find however was such a genuinely kind and helpful community of like-minded people.
I’ve only been involved for a few months, and already some good discussions and bits of advice have saved and earned me thousands of dollars. What DYF offers as a whole has really allowed me to reframe in my mind the potential in freelancing, and to approach my business with confidence.
What have you changed about your process as a result of the course or in recent months?
To begin with I did not really even have much of a process, so in a way you could say that I changed everything! Some specific things I did:
Stop focusing on what I assumed the client wanted (or even that the client knew what they wanted), and start focusing on discovery.
Define a lead funnel through to on-boarding to cut down on back-and-forth, time-wasting emails that don’t really move things forward.