Fantastic design, made amendments very quickly. Easy and friendly to work with. Would defiantly work with this designer again.
- rob K9
- Tim Molenaar
Tim weet wat nodig is om jouw merk goed neer te zetten. hij heeft mij een helder en eenvoudig logo gegeven, met aandacht en gevoel voor wat ik graag wilde zien.
- Andrea Mauriziani
fast, excellent service, clean and creative aesthetic. I would highly recommend and I would absolutely work with again on design work
Great work and fresh design. We all tracked the progress and are thrilled with the results.
Loved the creativity of my design and choice of fonts ! Excellent designer
- Rossi Valentino
Rossi has been a pleasure to work with. His submissions were truly unique and reflected his careful examination of the brief given. He is also responsive and willing to provide constructive input to explain his design principles and improve concepts. A co-creative experience!
How michaela.ritzmann started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
A dental company that distributes dental products. Mainly metallfree and natural products.
Clients: dentists/surgeons/dental technicians
they are focused on good quality, experience and innovative, evidencebased products.
Productportfolio: zirconia dental implants, membranes, etc.
mainly active in the swiss market
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Medical & Pharmaceutical
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Helle Töne: Reinheit, Balance und Raffinesse.
Violetttöne: Phantasie, Spiritualität, Königtum und Luxus.
Aquas: Empathie, Mitgefühl, Klarheit und Präzision.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
It should be a fresh, innovative, clear logo, that gives you a good, comfortable feeling. should show: good quality and good service. Should look trustful.
I PREFER NOT TO HAVE A TOOTH IN THE LOGO! I would like the initials "pd" instead of a tooth.