so sorry this review is so overdue. Just logged in to ask for modification and saw it was never done. The designer was absolutely wonderful and easy to work with and the design professional.
- christine ck
Good , fast and easy.
Job well done!!!
The design was excellent and spot on. Δυχ was very responsive to changes and fast to amend minor aspects of the brand guide.
- Kacrut Jr.
We needed an updated logo, and while we had many great options to choose from, Kacrut Jr. provided us with exactly what we were looking for. After selecting the winner, Kacrut Jr. was very helpful in making minor changes to the design, and very responsive to questions as well. Very great experience!
They are awesome, definitely making more business with them
How matt cb started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Health:Further is a healthcare innovation conference held in Nashville, TN designed to discuss the biggest problems facing healthcare and celebrate the innovators working to solve them.
Health:Further is expected to draw a crowd from both the established healthcare ecosystem in Nashville (HCA, CHS, Emdeon, etc.) and from the growing innovation and startup ecosystem. We believe many of these will be executives, but also some middle-line managers. Additionally we expect some all-purpose technologists and professional services firms.
Health:Further is hosted by Jumpstart Foundry, a healthcare innovation platform. For more information, check out http://healthfurther.com
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Because Health:Further speaks to both the established healthcare community and healthcare innovators, it is important that the logo not alienate either group. Generally speaking, we've found that simplicity is one of the easiest ways to tackle this problem.
One of Jumpstart Foundry's core brand colors is #1f3e5f, and if this can be incorporated, that would be great.
I'm generally a bigger fan of flat, simple design. Generally dislike gradients.
Would like a logo featuring the full name of the event as well as just "H:F"