Very nice and willing to do all revisions. Very prompt in responding to questions.
Showed something different than what everyone else was doing, made revisions when I asked and suggestions when I wasn't sure what was needed. Thank you for a great design!
- RS 123
RS 123 submitted a wonderfully creative design in a logo competition I ran, I couldn't use the design as my logo but I loved it, so I decided to buy the design from them independently. They were very quick at getting back to me whenever I sent them a message!
How juliespivey started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Lake Norman Pediatric Dentistry
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Pediatric dentist treating children and teenagers
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
I like more muted colors rather than very bright tones (more of a "vintage" feel).
Some colors I like:
RGB 174 233 232 HEX/HTML AEE9E8 CMYK 32 0 14 0
RGB 176 235 233 HEX/HTML B0EBE9
RGB 213 244 225 HEX/HTML D5F4E1
RGB 197 242 230 HEX/HTML C5F2E6
RGB 255 168 145 HEX/HTML FFA891 CMYK 0 36 38 0
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Lake theme. Would like to use an animal as the practice mascot (possibly otter, or other lake animal) that could be incorporated into logo, but not a necessity. I also think a boat with a toothbrush incorporated in it could work well, even if no mascot is used. Don't want anything too "silly," and if an animal is incorporated, I do not want it to look too cartoon-ish. I prefer more abstract than literal with objects. Logo should appeal to parents as well as children. Prefer earthier tones, lots of blues, possibly greens/yellows/corals for accent colors--no reds (scary color for a patient at the dentist!). I absolutely love the first attached logo from an existing practice found online (name hidden), and I've also included some other practice logos (names hidden) I really like as well that fit the theme, style and/or color scheme I'm going for.