Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We help dental practice owners increase passion and profitability. Practices must serve the owners needs rather than the owner being a servant to the practice.
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The sample logos I attached represent the simplicity, two-toned colors that I feel show confidence, yet trust, professionalism, yet not the same boring, tired consulting crap. I love the land-trust logo - the sweeping lines represent the land so well. In my mind I can envision the two tones with orange on the bottom of the name and french blue on top, and as the eye moves from left to right, the orange gets bigger and the blue smaller - like an exponential graph increasing, representing that success (orange) is gaining strength.The Lead21 logo I feel is too bold (the font) for my comfort and might scare dentists who are 45+. I'm not sure. I often have liked simple line drawing figures for logos in the past, but am not feeling that with this design and name. My tag line is "Helping dentists gain passion and profitability". If there is a way to subtly add that in the logo, I am all for it, but again, I want simplicity. Not sure how to add the tag line in the design element. My ideal client will be a solo dentist who owns a practice, is frustrated because they feel they have lost control of their practice, and has virtually no vision or direction - goes to work because they "have to". I want to help them regain passion. I am a general dentist myself. My values are integrity, commitment, balance in life, leadership, positive attitude. My clients will be all over he USA and Canada initially, and will have a DDS degree.