He was so easy to work with! Very communicative and polite, and he read our creative brief and came up with incredible ideas accordingly. I highly recommend working with this designer, and cannot wait to grow our brand based on his fantastic logo!
Fantastic work. This designer was quick to respond to any requests and always produced quality work that didn't seem rushed.
Very responsive and patient designer. Thank you for putting up with our delay in selection and response.
Designed our logo promptly, and quickly made our design changes. Gave all information asked for and was very friendly.
- SilverFox Studio
I love it he really listens to what you want and surpassed my expectations
Nice work, recommended.
- marketing scd
How Ken222016 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Spanish & Medicine by Ecela
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Ecela is a Spanish language immersion school. We are looking for a new logo for our Spanish & Medicine program. This is geared towards pre-med students, majority of whom tend to be females, but we want ALL premed students to participate, ages 18-25 about, located in the USA. Here is a description of the experience, "Spend 9 weeks in Peru (6 in Cusco, 3 in Lima) with fellow pre-health students, observing doctors in real Peruvian medical clinics and moving your Spanish to a state of "absolute confidence" - all while having one of your life's greatest experiences, one you'll still be talking about 35 years from now."
Program is geared towards the following individuals:
You are aware that Spanish is increasingly necessary for a health care career in the United States, in many cases a strict requirement to even get interviewed.
You know that without mastering Spanish, you’ll be doing a disservice to, and perhaps even putting at serious risk, a large portion of the population.
You are curious about other cultures, and you want to see how another health care system operates. - how a “third world country of limited resources” still makes things work.
You like the idea of traveling abroad, forming new relationships, and accumulating travel stories you’ll still be telling 30 years from now.
You can step out of your comfort zone and live in unusual surroundings, try foods you don't usually eat, and meet people far different than your friends and family back home.
You do not want to do the program merely to "stack the deck" on your graduate school application or to "fill out your resume" as a tie-breaker, but to genuinely become someone capable of helping Spanish-speaking patients, understanding not only their language, but also their cultural backgrounds.
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