It was good working with CreativeHouse, their patience with me was really helpful as I was away for quite a period of time, hopefully we get to work on another project soon!
The design was polished and the designer was professional and easy to work with.
- r. deliar
creative and stellar logo design.
- gray art
gray art was wonderful to work with. His original designs were very good and showcased a lot of talent, but it was when started working with him in the final round that really blew us away. From the feedback we provided, gray art came back with multiple designs that blew us all away. Extremely talented and a real pleasure to work with. Highly recommend!
We were thrilled!
How dkidd started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
North American Academy of Neural Therapy (or maybe NAANT)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The NAANT promotes the practice of neural therapy (the diagnostic and therapeutic use of injected local anesthetics). Our contribution to the practice of neural therapy is to advance the understanding of applied neurophysiology and autonomic regulation with the use of complementary modalities. (In other words, we support research and methods of treatment that apply the basic principles of neural therapy without necessarily performing injections.)
The NAANT is a membership organization, whose regular membership is open to anyone licensed to inject in Canada, the US and its territories, Mexico, and Central America. This includes MDs, American-trained DOs, dentists, veterinarians and naturopaths (from jurisdictions permitting injections).
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Medical & Pharmaceutical
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The North American Academy of Neural Therapy hopes someday for formal recognition from the International Federation of Medical Associations of Neural Therapy (http://www.ifmant.com/), but the logos of the two organizations should not be too similar.
"North American Academy of Neural Therapy" is an awkwardly long name. Use of the abbreviation "NAANT" is acceptable.
Please avoid images of a single body part (e.g., a head). The "interference fields" neural therapy treats can show up anywhere on the body and have effects anywhere on the body. A trauma to the foot or the liver may exacerbate an infection in the sinuses (for instance).
Neural therapy is not a form of eastern medicine. It is German in origin and is more or less part of mainstream medicine in Germany. No lotus flowers or yoga poses, please! Organic forms and images are fine.