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Amazing work and very good with communication, adjustments, etc. THANK YOU!!
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Thank you for your time and effort in designing my new logo!
How Bdansiedental started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Gig Harbor Kids Dental
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The entire office is northwest themed. I don’t want any teeth. It’s overused. I just want a design that will appeal to parents and be fun for kids. Something that can make us easily recognizable and easy to put on t shirts and folders etc. Gig Harbor is a beautiful, quaint town that people here are proud of. I want this to add to that. The goal is for this practice to be the premier pediatric dental office in the area.
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
Ok so here is the logo of my current office. I wonder if we could try taking the same font and instead of the turtle having a dock with a couple kids or mt rainier and the harbor or something northwest themed? Then just make it Gig Harbor Kids Dentist instead of the Kids’ Dentist.
I have actually had an artist who is trying to make a logo but I haven’t fell in love with anything. The one he has made may seem a little too busy or even too somber. I can attach it. I like how it takes in a lot of a Gig Harbor NW feel but I want to see if I can find something more simple and fun. We will have a cabin in the waiting room for kids to play in and a mural of Gig Harbor and the Tacoma Narrows Bridge. I like that A in Harbor that he made into a tree. The kids on the dock seems nice but gives me a little “Poltergeist” feel. I worry it may not be easily readable on a sign in the building too.