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- Brandon Vogt
- SQUAREONE DESIGN
SQUAREONE DESIGN is an excellent and creative designer. It was a pleasure to work with him/her. From the contest he/she submitted a number of alternatives which helped me understand and narrow down what I wanted and what worked. Took the feedback very well. Understood the essence of the book and what I wanted to communicate. Responded very quickly and was very professionally.
SQUAREONE DESIGN was very generous. Throughout the process I received alternatives and variations which allowed us to arrive at an alternative that resonated with us and with our target markets.
I highly recommend you work with SQUAREONE DESIGN. I am certain I will do so again.
- Halder's Group
Fantastic job, the consensus winner from the get go! Quick response and delivery!
- stephen Q
How Shawn Callahan started their book cover journey
Who are you known as?
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 help business leaders around the world find and tell good oral stories that engage and inspire people.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Mark Schenk and Shawn Callahan have written a book called "Character Trumps Credentials: 170 Questions That Help Leaders Tell Great Stories" We would like a cover design that immediately says, this is a professional business book. If you look at the covers in Amazon in the category of Books : Business & Money : Management & Leadership : Leadership, you will see the other covers we are competing with. The design needs to balance between clearly being a part of this set while at the same time setting itself apart.
We just need a front cover. No back cover.
While this book is about the questions a leader could ask to find good stories to tell, please avoid the obvious use of question marks. And no pictures of the authors.