Marola was truly wonderful to work with. From Marola's first draft on my project, I felt instantly connected to their style, feeling Marola truly understood the essence and aesthetic of my work (contemporary dance). All communication with Marola was fast and positive. I was never made to feel like my many detailed requests were too many. The only challenge I had in the process was Marola's repeated spelling errors. Triple check all spelling! Because of this, the process was delayed a bit because each time I reviewed the drafts, my eye would catch a new typo. This is the only reason I rated this designer a 4 and not a 5. Regardless, I would happily work with Marola again!
- lins D
- | EarPhunk |
Turned around the project even quicker than advertised! Great stuff, thank you!
How Dreynolds started their magazine cover journey
Who are you known as?
Risk & Insurance
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a trade publication targeting the global risk management and insurance community.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
For our September 1 cover story, we are writing about the difficult risks face by memory care facilities. Alzheimers', dementia and related illnesses are being increasingly diagnosed in the U.S. population. Alzheimer's ends in death and the process of a beloved family member gradually losing their memory and many of their other functions, is a painful experience for family members. We want to commission a design that shows a human face, can be of an elderly female or male, that is gradually fading out to blankness, being erased: a metaphor for the tragic erasure of the mind and personality of Alzheimer's and dementia patients.