Karla put in a great deal of effort to design our logo. We greatly appreciated her time and dedication adjusting the logo until we found the perfect vision of our soon to be store. Thank you Karla.
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How onlylabs started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Battlefield Veterinary Clinic, Inc
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a small animal (dogs & cats) veterinary hospital located just outside of Richmond, VA. The largest percentage of our client base is in the working class category. We strive to offer the best veterinary care possible to our client's pet family members being ever mindful of cost. We are a single veterinarian practice with 4 other staff members (so small, family, close knit environment) so becomes easy for clients to get to know us and feel comfortable with our relationships. This rural area of Central Virginia is historically linked to many events from the Civil War period of the US. When the practice was opened in 1975 the original name was chosen with this historical significance in mind. I purchased the practice in 2013 and while we are upgrading some concepts/ideas I still would like to honor the history of the area with the logo.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Animal & Pet
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
As seen in the attached image the present logo/lighted sign there is some link to the historical era we would like to try and keep. That said we want to explore ways to liven it up while bringing it a little towards modern. My biggest hurdle in conceptually coming up with ideas is trying to come up with images/thoughts that are not divisive, controversial or stigma producing simply based on the polarizing nature of any concept of The Civil War. I am really not trying to honor The Civil war per se in as much as honoring the idea of the history of this area and those who served.