Florida Health Information Management Association Logo Design Contest

Florida Health Information Management Association has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 78 designs from 16 different designers from around the world.
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FHIMA
United States

Slogan

Smooth Sailing Ahead

What We Do

Association representing Health Information Management professionals in the state of Florida.

Industry

Non-Profit

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - 2019 FHIMA Annual Convention
#2 - July 28-31, 2019
#3 - Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resort

Our Target Audience:

Health information management professionals in Florida, college age-55, education and healthcare fields, mostly college educated

Color Preferences

Blues and corals

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

We like the sailboat image attached. The theme for our convention is Smooth Sailing Ahead, but our group is full of health care/IT/education professionals so please be considerate to those elements. We have a mostly female audience but we don't want our male attendees to feel left out. This logo will be used to brand our 2019 Annual Convention, so we need something to draw people in, something memorable that will make them want to register. It also needs to include the name/dates/and location of the meeting. We have been using Brush Script MT font in promotional items so far.

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Simple
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Necessity
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Secure

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