Last November, while I was in Singapore for a cousin’s wedding, I visited the Singapore Flyer. The following is how the official website describes the Singapore Flyer.
Singapore Flyer is Asia’s Largest Giant Observation Wheel. Standing at a stunning 165m from the ground, the Flyer offers you breathtaking, panoramic views of the Marina Bay and beyond. There’s also a range of shops, restaurants and facilities.
I took the MRT to the Promenade Station (Circle Line) and from there it was about a five minute work to the base of the Singapore Flyer. Tickets were purchased at the counter there at SGD$33. After purchasing my ticket, I joined the line to enter the Wheel.
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BrickCompare needed a logo. And since I do not have a single creative bone in my body, I decided to give Fiverr a shot. Fiverr is a website where you can outsource a job (called a Gig) starting from USD$5, hence the name.
Using Fiverr for Logo Design
So I signed up and picked the highest rated and most popular seller for logo designs, a seller called bossdesigners. Although I was pretty sure there was a whole team behind it. The USD$5 plan was pretty limited (you will find this with most gigs) so I decided to splash out on the USD$35 (plus $1.75 processing fee) plan which will give me three design choices and a social media kit.
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