Loparka's design was originally a contender in a contest I ran here a couple years ago. I always liked and remembered her design but was talked into awarding the original win to someone else. I regret this for the last few years and finally got in touch with her to make it right, and pay her for her excellent work! It is elegant, well composed, beautiful to look at and just the right touch of classic and modern. Mahalo Nui Loa from Hawaii!
How Happykidstherapy started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Happy Kids Therapy
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a passionate speech therapist who works with children with Down syndrome. My job is not only my career but it's also a huge part of my life and happiness.
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I have worked with a designer before and just couldn't capture the essence of my work. I work inside the non-profit "The Down Syndrome Connection of the Bay Area". I work 8-10 hour days supporting families emotionally and providing them with Down syndrome specific therapies. I hold a certification in Sara Rosenfeld Johnson's Oral Placement Therapy technique. I am one of two providers who holds this certification in Northern California. This therapy helps to strengthen the mouths of our babies, kids and adults for clear speech. http://www.talktools.com I work hard, love a lot, and provide the best services in the area for our children. (I'm not trying to brag...I am just trying to get across the feelings to be portrayed in my logo.) I work with lots of loving families. I would like my logo to be fun, pretty and creative, fresh and vibrant. I like things that flow. I don't like simplistic, block lettering, or childish. So many speech therapy places have kid toys as logos....I do not want this. I would like you to look at the logo of this website....www.dsconnection.org It is a heart with a hand and stars...this logo is very meaningful to us at the DSC because it directly exemplifies the lives we change (heart + hand) and the stars (abilities) our kids and families reach for every day. It would be awesome to have a logo that means something to me.