Deotsidh_Studio was great to work with! He was extremely responsive to all of our requests, tweaking the design many times and providing any format we would need. He always responded quickly.
Great job! Thanks so much for choosing to be a part of my contest!
Great work once again
- alfie o
Very nice design and good communication
How kgaler started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Prevention Policy Modeling Lab
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This lab is a consortium of scientists from several public health universities, hospitals, and departments of public health working to model the consequences of infectious disease prevention strategies. The goal is to learn what strategies will be the most effective, in terms of cost and outcome, at decreasing the number of people sick with infectious diseases such as tuberculosis, HIV, and STDs in the US. To determine this, the scientists build models that predict disease outcomes given a certain set of conditions. The scientists come from backgrounds in medicine, economics, mathematical modeling and health policy. Each institution involved has their own logo and reputation, but we would like to give this lab its own identity. We would like the logo to reflect the goals of our work as well as the diversity in background that all of the scientists have. The title of the lab - ‘Prevention Policy Modeling Lab’ should be in the logo, as well as an icon of some sort, and we would like the text and the icon to be separable, so that each can stand on its own if needed. A design that reflects the modeling work of the lab would be an interesting possibility. Taking design cues from commonly used model schematics (example attached) but adapting them to a stylized visual vocabulary that scales well would be great. We would like to avoid using letters or symbols, just shapes. These need not be immediately recognizable as relating to a model schematic, although it would be nice to be able to find this connection upon inspection. Again, stylized is probably what we would look for here. Other appropriate themes would be health science or infectious disease, though we do not want the icon to be medicine/doctor focused. Must be very professional looking, and appropriate for distinguished academic institutions, but we welcome some creativity as well.
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 have attached examples of simple model designs. Something based off of this could be interesting, but should be highly stylized and with no letters or symbols, only shapes (and, perhaps but not necessarily, lines).