Everything about TheDesignBank was great. The very first design they sent me was great, and from there we were able to improve it even more. I had a lot of requests and revisions I wanted to test out, and they obliged me on everything, and provided me with lots of different versions of the logo while always keeping professional.
- Nightcap Games
Very professional. Great with instructions and direction. Thank you!
The design is exactly what we are looking for. I appreciate the fact that DaVerge made the simple adjustments we asked for. Nice job!
- Pedro Eira
Pedro was extremely patient and cooperative. After several iterations, we very happy with the finished result!
Very responsive designer. I changed the design many times and they were able to respond to and incorporate my feedback in a professional, friendly and timely manner.
Designer was on point!
How Nightcap Games started their logo & social media pack journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This is a brand new mobile game company. The target audience isn't incredibly specific within that - it's pretty much everyone who plays casual mobile games. I don't want it to take itself too seriously, but I don't want it to appear childish, either. It's for all ages. There isn't one particular theme common among all the games it will house. Nightcap was chosen because it rolls off the tongue, but also because it evokes feelings of relaxation, calm, and taking a break from busyness and life, which is what the games should help do for the user.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Besides purple, I think exploring blues and aquas could be a viable alternative.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I'm not really going for an energetic feel, even though that is a bit of a trend for mobile games. I would like more of a relaxed, good-natured feel. I don't want the logo to feel boring or sleepy, so there is a line between those two things somewhere. That being said, I wouldn't be against using an image of a nightcap.