Our collaboration with Amio was breathtaking.
Not only are we more than thrilled by this design (and quite frankly, we did not expect such a great artwork upon launching the contest) but we were sincerely impressed by the quality of his work, his responsiveness, his ability to propose very relevant adaptations even before we were able to provide him with our feedback.
It was like we had a new team member with us for one week.
Can't wait to launch new collaborations with him soon.
- Gerald Cloud Skiff
- designer Ha
Great to work with. Was very timely and helped with many iterations, before the final logo was chosen.
- 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 design and willingness to keep tweaking until everyone was happy.
Hanna is a very talented designer with great work attitude, efficiency and helping me to overcome many design difficulties. She always provide better idea and suggestions that I never think of before. I highly recommend Hanna.
How jpcauntay started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are starting a osteopathic medical office specializing in the treatment of musculo-skeletal pain and injury. Our goal is to get people back to movement and doing the things they love. We are looking for a logo for the sign out front, at our office door, our letterhead, biz cards, basically the brand in general.
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
Because this is for a medical office, it should have a certain level of sophistication and trustworthiness. The logo should have both life and movement and a sense of mechanical geometry. We are open to everything but we gravitate toward circular forms, intersecting lines, organic flowing lines and geometric forms. The overall shape at a glance should appear circular'ish in nature, but can have intersecting lines, shapes and forms, etc. We prefer designs that are more substantial and hearty, not too light or too wild. The name could be incorporated into the artwork - could also stand alone on its own - open to ideas here. The font for the name should be in Lower Case for more flow.
The color of the offices are barnwood gray (light gray), turquoise/ teal, and white.