Robinet Physical Therapy Logo Design Contest

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Robinet Physical Therapy has selected their winning logo design.

For $475 they received 223 designs from 31 different designers from around the world.
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fluisinc
United States

Slogan

Be your best

What We Do

Robinet Physical Therapy is an innovative provider of physical therapy services with a passion for helping its patients build or restore their physical health, improve their quality of life and proactively meet their goals.

Industry

Medical

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Excellence
#2 - Innovation
#3 - Progress (Results)

Our Target Audience:

The ideal patient pro–actively seeks to find the best care and be actively involved in the rehabilitation process. They are not passive in their treatment. Robinet PT serves:

Elite Athletes who proactively work to improve skill and technique to meet their goals

Pelvic Health and Healing patients with a wide range of symptoms and dysfunction that include pain, incontinence and sexual relationship issues, etc. Widespread, but rarely discussed, therapy addresses physical and emotional healing.

Rehab and Reconditioning patients recovering from pain, injury, procedure or the effects of age.

Color Preferences

Green, Orange, Yellow

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Clean, powerful master logo design that communicates excellence, innovation and results

Pictorial mark that represents the business in small scale applications (web URL, business card, etc.) Can stand alone or be combined with a word mark.

Sub marks for Pre•Hab (Elite), Pelvic Health and Rehab segments. These can be identified by color, and should be compatible/subservient to the master logo. 

Font recommendations for tagline, email and print communications, etc.

Email logo mark.

Color palette

Color, BW, horizontal, vertical files in major file formats as dictated by the final design including

Themes

Colorful
Loud
Expensive
Modern
Sporty

Style

Wordmark

Stylized type that may include small abstract or pictorial elements.
Pictorial Mark

Literal or representative imagery is used to symbolize the brand.
Abstract Mark

Abstract shapes and symbols convey an idea or feeling.
Letterform Mark

A monogram usually consisting of 1-3 letters.
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Mobile
Print
Signs
Clothing
Desktop

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Discussion

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fluisinc
United States
Hello, artists! We are excited to create a powerful mark for a proactive new physical therapy concept. Logo Tournament is trumpeting "Colorful Loud Expensive Modern Sporty" in the headline. I would replace "expensive" with "prestige" or "aspirational." This concept gives patients control over the goals they set and achieve, rather that a standard medical or process–driven therapy. It's liberating, invigorating and all about moving forward. Motion is key here. This is a big opportunity for the client. I'm available anytime to clarify the project.
7 months ago