California Rescue Paramedic Association Logo Design Contest

California Rescue Paramedic Association has selected their winning logo design.

For $875 they received 305 designs from 38 different designers from around the world.
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jehrhart
United States

What We Do

The CRPA is a nonprofit representing all California paramedics.

Industry

Medical

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - California Specific
#2 - EMS/Paramedicine
#3 - Strength

Our Target Audience:

Prehospital providers (paramedics and EMTs) that work in public or private service throughout California. Both male and female. All ages, but can lean towards 20-35 year olds. This is an active, hands on, in the field type population.

Color Preferences

Calming colors, but vivid like California scenery.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Logo represents stability for paramedics so should be balanced like a foundation logo.

Should be immediately identifiable as California, by using California unique features like Yosemite, golden gate bridge, grizzly bear, etc. etc.

Could have an ambulance in the fore ground, but should avoid gimmicky EMS icons like star-of-life, staff and serpent, stethoscope, etc.

Themes

Colorful
Necessity
Modern
Adventure
Simple
Raw

Style Inspiration

Applications

Mobile
Desktop
Print

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Discussion

Discussion

Ivan F
Canada
Hi All,

Please take great care how you use a "red cross" symbol. There must be zero cofusion that this logo is not affiliated with the "Red Cross" organization at all.

Thank you.
2 years ago
2BPencil
Canada
Dang, I missed this contest :(
2 years ago