Followed brief and provided great logo designs. Edit requests were done quickly and spot on. We asked for something specific on one redesign that was similar to another designer and she was respectful not to copy their idea but came up with something better that we loved. A joy to work with.
Gimasra was very prompt and professional in communicating with me as well as attentive to any changes I requested with the design.
Unique design skills, responsive and open to changes. Jaku delivered more than just the variation requested.
- Design Location
Design Location created an excellent first submission. All design changes were handled promptly and professionally. Thank you Design Location for creating a superior design.
- Flux Integration
How Lance Ellis started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are an informational website for patients, families, and healthcare providers concerned with hip fracture prevention, care, and rehabilitation.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Medical & Pharmaceutical
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
My original ideas for the logo incorporated a stylized rendering of a fractured proximal femur (a Google image search for "intertrochanteric femur fracture" should yield several radiographic images as well as illustrations).
I want something simple and elegant, but also slightly more modern than the average hip-fracture patient would expect (it's more likely to be their family doing the websearch anyway).
I definitely want to avoid any images resembling (or referencing) an elderly person, with or without a cane/walker, falling.
The background for the finished website will likely be a darker gray or blue.