Tasbeh was amazing to work with! Very creative and patient. Truly thought out what I needed, researched and gave very intelligent designs which reflected my brand very well. Tasbeh was always willing to revise a design and was highly responsive in a consistent professional manner. I will work with this designer again and again. You should too!
How Wisteria Dental started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a private (general) dental office that provides dental care to the Rio Rancho communities. We focus on quality care and exceptional service to our patients from the young to the old. We pride ourselves for practicing beautiful dentistry with integrity and compassion.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Medical & Pharmaceutical
Other color requirements
Indigo and emerald green (like the color combination found on this Pottery Barn bedding set,http://www.potterybarn.com/products/ashton-organic-duvet-sham/?pkey=call-bedding&&call-bedding)
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I am looking for a clean but sophisticated and elegant design. My style falls between the spectrum of the serene/beautifully neutral/inviting Pottery Barn and the uniquely simple with a pop of color Crate & Barrel.
I chose Wisteria Dental because of the meaning behind the word "wisteria". Wisteria is a flowering plant with has climbing vines, extremely hardy and fast growing. I absolutely love flowers, the lush green vines of wisteria also remind me of my hometown northeast of the US. I chose the indigo blue (flowers, can be found in indigo but more rare) and emerald green (leaves) to represent wisteria. More significantly, in Asia wisteria signifies longevity, immortality and creative expansion - all important attributes for my dental practice start-up.
I'd like to play with the word "W" and make it really stands out as a symbol of my practice name with perhaps a simple wisteria flowering branch hanging off of the W. This is just an idea I was playing with but I don't want the logo to look busy either.