I needed a logo for my SportsBook and needed something simple -yet it had to convey a message to the consumer. He delivered!
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loved working with you!
Great work, very responsive and open to suggestions.
I love that the designer followed my brief, incorporated what I liked about my existing logo while removing what I didnt. I also love the simplicity but flexibility of the design. This designer was also one of the first to provide me with mockups which helped tremendously with envisioning the design. The designer was also very responsive and accommodating. Will abe using this designer again.
I have no improvement suggestions at this time.
Prompt responses to feedback, excellent designs!
Super fast turn around. And very accurate design to brief.
How brad J4 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 a compounding pharmacy specializing in personalized medications, sales of professional-line supplements for simple and complex disease states. We also perform hormonal and nutritional consultations, as well as all-natural head lice eradication services
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
the uploaded file is my own first trial of incorporating different concepts into the logo. I am a complete amateur. I don't intend for all (or any) of these elements to be included, but simply am hoping for the logo to convey that we are a compounding pharmacy first and a retailer of fine remedies for simple to complex disease states second. As the name implies, we are more than just a pharmacy.
More to the simple side is better, in my opinion. Again, however, I am open to all concepts and color palettes.
1. would be great to incorporate an old Apothecary-style bottle or flask
2. The "R" in Remedies should have an "X" on the line sloping down to the right. As in Rx, which is commonly used to denote a pharmacy or prescription. This is very important since we do are not using "Pharmacy" in our name.
3. Any NW (ie Seattle area) iconic images are also possibilities. Such as the Space Needle, Mount Rainer, Cascade Mountains, etc. Perhaps the apothecary bottle concept used to depict a Seattle Skyline. That sort of thing.
final thought: I hate that i could only pick 3 logo types. The most brilliant logo will win. I have no preconceived notion of what that will absolutely look like.