Harun was very responsive to my messages. The work is outstanding. Thank you so... much.
- Niharika Singhal
Excellent experience! Actually it was a small modification of a project we did together a few months ago. All went very smoothly. Will definately work together in the future
- Ok Lis
Very creative and responsive designer. Quick turn around times who was a pleasure to work with. We provided a concept and she delivered.
Great to work with. Will highly recommend her work
Fantastic designer. Design was simple and elegant
How Path2Panacea started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Path to Panacea
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We strive to foster good eating habits in children through mindful, positive experiences with nutritious food. We offer specific and personalized nutrition consulting and education for any member of the family, with a general focus on empowering parents concerned about their children’s nutrition and picky eating habits. To help families make surprisingly simple shifts towards real food programs, we incorporate interactive farmers market and grocery store trips, pantry makeovers, cooking classes, and a customized, approachable, manageable, and maintainable picky eaters program. This results in healthier kids that are more adventurous eaters, have lasting long-term positive relationships with food, and stress-free mealtimes. We are committed to making a difference in the lives of many by providing positive energy, radiance, love and support to each and every client.
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
I'm open to your creative genius and definitely don't want to box you in as a designer, so if you have an idea that isn't this exactly, I'd be happy to see it! So far, however, I have specifically been inspired by logos that include some element of nature/edible (healthy) plant(s), more specifically vegetables than fruit. I also really like the idea a path of some sort being incorporated into the design (possibly abstract, like as vein in a leafy green). since the business focuses on raising helthy, adventerous eaters, elemets representing growth are also welcomed. I also think the softer, watercolor type designs for the images are really beautiful, so long as Path to Panacea is still very clear. I have enjoyed those more than than the clip art variety so far.
I made a branding Pinterest page with ideas relating to the business, and design concepts I like. Included are quotes and ideas that inspire me so you as a designer can get a feel for my vibe. I love earth tones, but with pops of fresh color, sacred geometry, and of course, healthy foods. Check it out here, https://www.pinterest.com/PathToPan…-branding/