Karla put in a great deal of effort to design our logo. We greatly appreciated her time and dedication adjusting the logo until we found the perfect vision of our soon to be store. Thank you Karla.
Vladimir's designs were my favorites from the beginning of the contest. He has a very good eye for balance, symbolism and harmony in a logo. He was also very quick to reply and made a lot of effort to follow my suggestions while still providing his own ideas throughout the process. I recommend working with him and thank him for a beautiful logo that incorporates everything I described in the design brief while the implementation is still built on his own creativity.
It was a tough competition and in the end we decided based on a final poll. Excellent concept and great execution.
- apurva V
C@dgrouo is amazing. Highly recommended
How David Gregory, DDS started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This is a dental office; family practice; established dentist of 38+ years, wanting to target 35yr old+ middle income families
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
Overall, this practice is one where we have our established dentist (getting closer to retirement) with the possibility of his adult son (now in college) considering coming in to take over the practice in a few years. This is why we would like an image of an adult dad and his adult son to be included on the logo. Please review the samples of clip art on the attached Word document ~ Our idea is this: The two adult figures (backs to us) walking toward a setting sun (this would mean very soft sunset colors in the background). There is a large winter tree on the left side of the image (we like the bottom left tree shape on the attachment however, overall larger and fuller with a more established trunk and branches - or in other words, a winter full tree, but still soft and pretty). Then the writing of "Gregory Dental" would be incorporated on the right. We are planning on using this logo on our new website and Facebook page (so we would like it to have some soft sunset colors for that), but would also like the option to be able to simply use the silhouettes of the father/son, tree, and practice name without the colors printed in maybe a simple brown on tan/suede background for business cards, letterhead, etc. Simple for print, in other words. OR ~ GET CREATIVE AND SHOW US YOUR BEST IDEA, NOW THAT YOU KNOW US A LITTLE BIT BETTER!