Sandia Neurology PC Logo Design Contest

Sandia Neurology PC has selected their winning logo design.

For $300 they received 126 designs from 28 different designers from around the world.
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Logo Design Brief
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taki888
United States

What We Do

General neurology consultation and treatment specializing in movement disorders, multiple sclerosis, nerve problems, headache, EMG, Botox for dystonias

Industry

Medical

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Excellence
#2 - Committment
#3 - inspire confidence

Our Target Audience:

Adult neurology patients

Color Preferences

Blues and warm neutrals? Or greens? Mountain or New Mexican colors? Please try many - your choice.

Not Grey, Black, not too hot!

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Sandia is the mountain range outside of Albuquerque.
I specialize in diseases of the nervous system (like strokes, headaches, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, etc)

Themes

Refined
Feminine
Simple
Colorful
Necessity
Serious
Modern
Secure

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.
Emblem

A badge that usually envelopes the logo
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Applications

Web
Print
Clothing

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Discussion

Discussion

taki888
United States
I really like number 82. can you do it with colors, black letters?


The red sandia with the sun - PLEASE TRY NEW COLOR WORDS! Black font? I am not wild about the red letters, tho still a possiblility/

The blue and green second choice - please try this one with dark blue and pink!

















Can we try different lettering with number 1 = try black, try colors with top to bottom transition, try dark blue lettering. I love the neuron sun.

#2 is a close second. I would like green instead of orange/brown, and no shadow under the shape. Very elegant.

Others I still like, looking for prettier color schemes. Good job on all. This is hard!
13 years ago
taki888
United States
Try incorporating the mountain idea and watermelon colors. This is the Land of Enchantment!
13 years ago
Joe Dexter - OFF
Indonesia
Wow.... I mis your first won TeBo ! But not for the 2nd :))
btw, awesome design TeBo! Good Luck !
13 years ago
NancyCarterDesign
United States
Logos with a heavy amount of graphic effects and number of colors might be more difficult and more expensive in print applications.
12 years ago
2BPencil
Canada
Nancy if you are going to advise CH's on print please back up your statement with fact.

1. full colour print (cmyk) has no bearing on how complicated a design is...standard print is 300 dpi which will render any images correct. The cost for full colour is and always will be more expense...4 plates need to be produced for the process and the process it' self takes longer.

2. your are part correct, images that are gloss with reflections are best printed on gloss stock, matte sub strait will print fine but lose that shiny appeal.
12 years ago
NancyCarterDesign
United States
Embroidery can also be problematic.

Digital printing has actually made full color print projects affordable, but spot color applications and screenprinting would prove more expensive and designs relying on full color or gradients might be problematic.

Scaling at smaller sizes might also render complicated or detailed designs unrecognizable . I do not mean business card size, but smaller - let's say on a pen where screens or gradients are not optional.
12 years ago