Radiology Rules Logo Design Contest

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Radiology Rules has selected their winning logo design.

For $475 they received 155 designs from 16 different designers from around the world.
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radiologyrules
United States

What We Do

Radiology Rules is an online learning platform for veterinary students and practicing veterinarians to teach them how to get better at reading radiographs (x-rays) to enhance their radiology skill set.

Industry

Education

Color Preferences

Blue #2983a6, black and multiple shades of grey. Avoid any other bright color. Small amounts of color can be used on the face if you incorporate an image of the owner.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

The words Radiology Rules must be incorporated into the logo. The owner of the company is an atypical radiology educator who is more fun, edgy and passionate about teaching, compared to a very conservative, traditional, and stodgy industry with an old school style of teaching. Avoid using bones and radiographs (x-rays) and / or any other symbols associated with radiology. We want to communicate to a new generation of veterinarian. The name of the company has a double meaning- we are teaching the rules of radiology but there is also an 80’s/90’s throw back in saying radiology rules (like it’s “rad” and “rules”). We also would consider a cartoonish image incorporated in the logo of the owner (optional) and have attached three photos for your reference. Please visit radiologyrules.com to learn more about the learning platform and visit drbetsycharles and radiologyrules on instagram to learn more.

The logo also needs to be able to present in an all black format as well.

Themes

Masculine
Simple
Refined

Style Inspiration

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radiologyrules
United States
Please do not use bones or paws.
9 months ago