Designer was a cut above. With over 200 concepts submitted, it was consistently a stand-out. There was a quick reply to my requests and reassurances that what was being submitted was per specs that I could use with printer. The design and work appeared sophisticated and creative. Very well executed.
Anna did a fine job on the logo we requested. She was was courteous, patient, and delivered the files on time and budget. I would recommend her to anyone in need of a logo.
Super Logo, auf Verbesserungen wurde sofort eingegangen. Kommunikation war reibungslos.
- Rumah Lebah
Unreal artist who was quick to integrate any feedback we had. If you look at Rumah's other designs you will there is massive graphic talent--was the clear choice for our contest and we are actually engaging Rumah 1:1 outside of the contest to continue our brand reboot.
ChioP was simply the most creative designer of the several dozen designers who submitted for the project. What really set ChioP apart was the descriptions I received with the designs. ChioP was the only designer to explain the concept behind the logo and how it applied to my business. ChioP make all the the modifications and tweaks which I requested and stayed ahead of the pack as people tried to emulate the design. None could do it. It was an excellent job and I am quite pleased with the result.
Great job! We really like the design.
How mayesgwen started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
we're in this together
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I'm a seasoned (i.e., not my first rodeo) health policy wonk with degrees in medicine and law now in 3rd decade working in political arena for Surgeon General, Congress, non-profit patient groups, etc. Starting a consulting biz to elevate the patient's voice in public policy to be on par with clinicians and researchers and other thought leaders. I pound the halls of Congress, show up for media interviews and write for publications like WebMD or Medscape. I'm a thought leader, with small-town roots (think of the movie "Steel Magnolia") who cringes when I have to wear a black suit and find my biggest asset to be my approachability and trust-worthiness. The new firm -- GwenCo Health "We're in this Together" -- will provide consulting services, freelance writing, and stakeholder engagement for bio/pharma and medical device companies, non-profit patient groups, think tanks, anyone who is involved in deciding health policy in Washington DC; the 'key' message is 'we're all in this together' -- hence the 'co' in my business name which will translate into action words in my website; e.g., coalition building, consulting, communicator, coach, collaborator
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Business & Consulting
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'm avoid 'red' and 'blue' which I love because of political reasons. "Gold" seems dated but sunflower yellow I love. I am also a fan of black and white. Other colors that grab me are periwinkle blue, salmon, taupe, and sand
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Looks bold and credible; like the blocked stacking of two key words with small explanation below; lots of information in one spot
looks modern and sleek; colors appear to me as well
traditional powerhouse, balanced, stately
colorful and bold font, tag like gives the information you need
country feel and laid back ease (my roots are in Kentucky bourbon land and this reminds me of wearing boots, the Kentucky derby and drinking bourbon)
simplicity, crisp and lower case letter
if this were an app it would be memorable
slightly whimsical, love the shades of green, lower case lettering, inviting imagery