Reyki has in both our projects delivered great quality both in his creativeness and eye for details. Thanks for this fantastic design and delivery process.
great work and good design ideas
The designer delivered great concepts and made multiple revisions to help us achieve the look we wanted. Thanks for the great work!
How OsoDeOro started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Good Measure is on a mission to de-stigmatize Depression, offering easy access to the most evidence-based treatments when and where you need them most.
Our target audience: nearly 10% of adults experience Depression in a given year, but only half seek care. This is often because of stigma, cultural issues, financial reasons, or lack of access to healthcare. We want to make it easier for everyone to access the best care available.
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 think the incorporation of the letters into the brackets is interesting
I like the simplicity and geometric and color intersections. The precision seems to capture something akin to measurement
The repetition shown here can be like measurement in Depression - you measure the same thing at different points in time to see changes over time.
Simple and interesting shape with continuity, flow, and symmetry
I love the geometry and organic combination
I like the triangles, overlap, and meanings that could be mountains, a data trend, or an M.
20% of people will experience Depression, but only half will seek care. Of those who do, only about 40% will receive the right treatment. We use telemedicine and data to easily match you to the treatment that is most likely to help (therapy, lifestyle, and/or medication).
"Good Measure" has two meanings for our brand: 1) using data and measurement to enhance Depression treatment, but also 2) As an extra step to ensure success.
We want our brand to be:
Positive, aspirational (but not over the top cheery)
Relevant (specifically focused on Depression)
Credible: clinical, evidence based, data driven, privacy protecting, etc.
Once we establish the logo/brand, we will likely have some additional web design work for the winning designer.