Scasebook competed with many logo designers. He came up with simple ideas that were quickly copied by others.
At first his logos were not my first choices but reviewers around me really liked his work. He answered further work instructions with simplistic and effective logos. When I did my final poll he was definitely the one on top of the other competitors with 25% of the reviewers literally in love with his logo. I had no choice but to pick him.
Thanks Scasebook to have refused to copy other people design and to stick to your ideas!
Great work and great designer!
How ahaq3 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Smashing Colon Cancer with education and action
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
-Colon cancer prevention and screening
-Educate, raise awareness, and increase screening for colon cancer
-Target audience: general population, patients, healthcare providers, employers, insurers
-Grant funded project that hopefully takes off and grows as part of a national colon cancer awareness campaign
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
-Hopefully logo appears health promoting and clean, not bloody, dirty, or pathological.
-colon cancer awarness ribbon is blue
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
-Need: name and Slogan (slogan can be modified as needed)
-Potentially with an area on the logo with enough space to allow for city branding (Kansas City, or other cities as the campaign spreads)
-Maybe with imagery or just the words
-possible suggestions: showing outline of colon/large intestines or a tunnel (as if going through intestines), or a polyp getting smashed (finger smashing a polyp)
-maybe showing colon/intestines/polyp is good to connect with the cause....or maybe it is too much, too literal, and simply a catchy & distinctly identifiable logo is better...P