Cracked the brief with a great idea and execution to merge all our ideas into a single whole logo that looks great and has all the messages we need in it.
- Nelson Roque
Nelson created my logo and business cards. He's extremely talented, prompt with communications, and very efficient in the revision process. I wouldn't hesitate to work with him again and hope to do more business with him soon!
The work that we had done with Doie was incredible. All of his concepts were professional, clean, crisp, bold, and creative. He was great at responding to changes that we requested, and was wonderful at interpreting our advice and creative vision and turning it into a wonderful image. Highly recommend his work!
- Ahmed Abdou
Fast turn-around. Very responsive to my input to arrive at a graphic that worked for my needs. Highly recommended.
- james PFE
How lcreswell started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Athlete's Heart Blog
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a heart surgeon with an interest in athletes and heart health. I write on these topics at my blog, the Athlete's Heart Blog, at http://www.athletesheart.org. The target audience is the readership--adult athletes of all sports, of all ages, and from all over the world. The majority of readers are endurance athletes (swimming, running, cycling, rowing, triathlon) from English-speaking countries. The goal of the blog is to provide credible, authoritative information about heart health that is relevant to athletes. General topics include prevention, treatment, and living/training/competing with heart disease.
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
The new logo will be used for branding online at the blog. It will also be used in other electronic and print media that are designed to attract visitors to the blog.
I am open to 2 different approaches to the logo design. In the first, the words "Athlete's Heart Blog" could be incorporated into the design. As an alternative, though, those words could be separate from the logo design....and this second approach might offer greater flexibility with usage.
The objective of my blog is to provide credible, authoritative information about heart health and heart disease that is relevant to athletes and which is very readable for non-medical folks. The new logo can be light-hearted, but it should help convey the characteristics of: credible, authoritative, approachable, active.
I am very flexible about the design. Please be creative.