Patty was incredible to work with. She created a beautiful and very unique logo for us that was exactly what we were looking for. She was always readily available to make any changes or adjustments that we requested. We would definitely use her again for future projects and we highly recommend her!
Sukadarma did a great job taking our initial concept and eventually turning it into something the CIty Council approved and we're using the new logo on everything. Was a true pleasure.
- Doris Gray
Excellent original designs and easy to work with
amazing work but I also need my files in vector format
Easy to work with very creative
How Cheville.Andrea started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Multidimensional Computer Adaptive Testing
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This is to promote a functional assessment tool to Patients, researchers, and clinicians.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Not too bright or clownish, but appealing to the eye.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Non-threatening and playful but a little too cute.
The echo of the yellow curls, makes the colorful logo less jarring. The lizard looks harmless cute, but not too cute.
Animal design but sophisticated. Maybe a little too sophisticated.
This tool will be used with hospitalized patients. By asking them questions we can tell if they need extra help to preserve their mobility and function. The logo needs to be both engaging, but also somewhat sophisticated since it will need to appeal to patients, healthcare providers, and researchers.
Multi-CAT is a super efficient, algorithm-driven, way of administering questions to patients in order to characterize their function so that we can individualize their treatments. We are basically trying to keep patients from getting needlessly weak while they are hospitalized. I think that having the cats doing something would make the logo dynamic. The Multi-CAT is actually 3 tests that are inter-woven based on a patients prior responses -- one for mobility, one for daily activities, and one for applied cognition. We are simultaneously estimating trait levels in each of these domains, so the concept of overlap is important.