Color pallet suggestions are just loose ideas - we are open to a broad range of options. In the past we have used red to denote cancer and blue to denote healthy, so these pallets spring to mind.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the blend of organic with geometric and the hint at digitization, which is a characteristic of the organization.
I like the eye catching sharp contrasts.
I like the geometries and deliberate asymmetries along with a simple color pallet.
The simple, smooth approach looks very classy. I like the combination of geometric and organic elements.
I like the combination of simple shapes to make a geometric element
I like the geometric elements and the eye catching contrasts
I like the geometries made by putting together elements of the name.
I like their eye catching colorful shapes combining to make a larger geometry, along with the simple, centered name.
I like the sharp contrasts and simple incorporation of the letters in the name into the geometry of the logo.
I like the simple contrasts and simple shapes in this case. There is a minimalist elegance to it.
The key to our product is that it picks out cancerous cells from the forest of healthy cells in the body and selectively targets and penetrates them to deliver therapy. It may be illustrative to either show an entity homing in on a single red "cell" in a field of blue "cells" or an entity penetrating into a round cell-like shape or simple ring, then transforming once inside. The "C" in Cytosolics could be incorporated into this cell-like shape to form the focus of the logo.