Great attention to detail and listening to feedback. They continue to impress.
- petar k
Petra captured what we wanted to communicate through our logo very quickly, but then had unending patience in refining, so that it was just how we wanted it. Also, VERY quick responses! Can't thank him enough and look forward to using our new logo!
Impeccable taste and communication!
Very cooperative and flexible.
I love my new logo, thank you Marija for your patience and great design.
How jonathanvo.dmd started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
4th & Seneca Dental
What’s your company slogan?
Optional: But we were established in 1995.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a boutique dental office in the heart of downtown Seattle, WA. We're targeting working professionals in the downtown area as well as people who have neglected their dental health and are looking for new beginnings with a high end cosmetic dentist that specializes in smile transformations. So the logo and branding should be welcoming, fun, but mean serious business when it comes to designing the smile. We are smile architects and artists merging biology and aesthetics to change the lives of people.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Medical & Pharmaceutical
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
The logo should be versatile on both a white background and a dark background.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Very fun and hipster Seattle vibe going on here too. I do like the font. Perhaps some dental mirror and dental explorer tools could be an equivalent art inspiration.
Not looking for anything colorful. But I do like the flat 2D design as well as the modern sans serif font used.
Striking and bold artwork. Perhaps a little "clip art"ish. But very strong and commands presence and easy to recognize.
Love the 2D and clean design of this. Not a huge fan of the font used.
Very strong, masculine, but soft on the artwork. Very minimal but looks expensive. I like this overall a lot.
Very fun, definitely fits the Seattle vibe that we practice in. I'm not sure if a tooth or smile can be made to look this hipster and cool though. Prove me wrong!
I like the text portion of the logo. Mix of typefaces is interesting.
Fun design. I like this style a lot too. The artwork seems too detailed to be scaled properly, especially in small print uses.
I like this vibe too. We were established in 1995.
Very minimal. I do like the non serif font used. Clean and easy to read and scale for different uses.
Attaching a mock up of our website rebranding project to get a better sense of the design aesthetic we like as well as the color scheme we're using. Also we like the line art as attached as well. This is not a must for the type of art we like the logo, but it could potentially be a jumping point for inspiration. We like smiles with lips and teeth perhaps... The logo art must somehow reference a smile or teeth so it looks "dental." I don't want the art to be confused for something like plastic surgery or facial aestheticians.
**"4th" and "Seneca" should be roughly equal in emphasis when designing the typography.
**Art if used alone should be well clear that this is a dental practice.