good job done, very quick. Will need some changes as i was late but he did a good job.
The process was simple, a range of good designs were submitted, and suggested amendments followed up by most designers. The winner clearly identified what we were trying to achieve and was quick to respond to any changes. We were very pleased with the end result and would definitely consider using this designer (and 99designs) again
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Who are you known as?
College of Medicine
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Medical & Pharmaceutical
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our focus is on how we can improve health and well-being, instead of waiting until people are sick before we help them. We have an open mind on the best, most clinically and cost effective solutions. Where there is a good evidence base, that means we are prepared to consider complementary as well as orthodox interventions, especially in the treatment of long-term conditions for which science has yet to provide a cure.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
The College of Medicine would like to commission four online graphics, based on its logo, to go on the website of College award winners and members. You can see our logo for reference at http://www.collegeofmedicine.org.uk We would like the first three of the new graphics to be relatively square rather than long and thin, so feel free to break up 'College of Medicine' onto separate lines if that helps.
The graphics should have the following wording:
i. 'College of Medicine Innovations network member
ii. College of Medicine Award Winner
iii. College of Medicine Runner Up
iv. A banner to go on College members' websites saying:
I've joined the
College of Medicine
to help create better healthcare in the 21st century
All four should have a very similar design. The College logo is green, but we quite frequently use other colours and would be happy to differentiate between the different badges using colour.
The branding guidelines are intended as inspiration not dogma - the att postcard is an example of our latest piece of print.