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How karmen_k started their logo design journey
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Exopharm is a startup company in the human therapeutics (drugs) area. Companies in the field are biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies. The company’s focus is in regenerative medicine – some buzz words used are improving healthspan, healing, regeneration, rejuvenation, longevity, well-being and repair.
Exopharm is developing new pharmaceuticals based on so called extracellular vesicles (EV) sometimes also called exosomes, which are biological, spherical nanoparticles that are secreted by cells in the body. These extracellular vesicles, that look like bubbles are very small (50-200nm) diameter containing molecular cargo from the cells (proteins and nucleic acids). This cargo-loaded bubble is then circulating in the blood stream throughout the body. Eventually the spherical nanoparticles are taken up by other cells that have a need for the cargo and in this way, helps to repair "stressed" or damaged cells.
We are planning to make them available as a therapeutic drug to treat age-related diseases. Extracellular vesicles manufactured using Exopharm’s proprietary technology are named Exomeres and we are now looking for a logo for the Exomere product.
The target audiences are:
- Medical researchers
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The logo needs to be clean and simple. The trademark design preferably falls in line with the company logo.
In one scenario the name Exomere will be the logo. Or there can be a graphic logo that is separate from the name.
The logo needs to work in B&W and in colour. The logo must be visible at a distance.
It would be preferable if the Exomere logo can be prepared in a way to be used as logos for several disease areas. Hence a logo design that would fit Exopharm’s company logo and still have in mind of becoming a “template” of logos that can be used in at least three disease areas. Ultimately these logos will become a part of Exopharm’s future therapeutic pipeline. The intention is for the target audience to think of Exopharm when they see this logo template.
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