Diabetes Education Resource for Children and Adolescents Logo Design Contest

Diabetes Education Resource for Children and Adolescents has selected their winning logo design.

For $475 they received 250 designs from 30 different designers from around the world.
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Logo Design Brief
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Kerrie
Canada

What We Do

Medical clinic for children living with diabetes ages 1-17 and their families. We service urban and rural communities and have a large portion of children from First Nation Communities. Diabetes is a chronic illness that often requires the person living with diabetes to check their blood sugar and give insulin by injection several times through out the day. We have a holistic, multi-disciplinary approach to care. Our team consists of doctors, nurses, dieticians, mental health professionals and administration.

Industry

Medical

Color Preferences

neutral, calm, welcoming, pediatric friendly, holistic.
Northern lights, sunrises

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

See attached logo from our affiliated department. We hope our logo can be related to this logo in some way; similar feel or design aspects.

1. Imagery of 3 representing sense of supportive community for the Child, their Family and Health professionals working in partnership with families.
2. Use of a circle (circle is a symbol of diabetes).
3. Blue is also the "color " of diabetes
4. Colours similar to those found in the attached logo

Themes

Simple
Colorful
Modern

Style Inspiration

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