I knew right when I found Amanda and invited her to participate in my contest that her style would pair well with my concept. I knew from her initial creation that she would be the clear winner. Her designs were inspiring, her responses were prompt and assuring and her final product was a hole-in-one! Thank you, Amanda. I hope to work with you again soon.
- jason J3
As always, it is a privilege to work with Mashka. She made me a custom font that is awesome to work with and implement. I look forward to even more creative collaborations in the future!
How jennfellman started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Retro Medical, LLC ; Maybe keep LLC small so it doesn't take up too much design space. I may even leave it off at the end.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Retro Medical, LLC is a (female) nurse practitioner-owned mobile practice providing primary and urgent care health services for adult customers in the Hampton Roads (Virginia) community.
Retro Medical believes that health care delivery is antiquated and inconvenient for many adults. Retro Medical believes in providing a different health care delivery system to its customers. Senior individuals often face many challenges in getting to a health care appointment leading to ineffective care, poor communication and unnecessary visits to the emergency department/hospitalizations. Working adults lose time on the job by waiting at traditional provider offices and urgent care centers.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Medical & Pharmaceutical
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To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I think that Retro Medical should have a "retro" feel to it. Possibly with an emblem such as a medical bag with the logo written in it. It should convey fun, convenience, but also maintain a professional feel. Cutesy/quirky is ok if it is "professional". Basically, Retro Medical is taking health care back to the 50's when doctors would go to the patient's home.