George did a really nice job of reading and understanding my creative brief then submitting ideas that were on-target. He delivered concepts that were – like his portfolio pieces that had prompted me to invite him to my contest – smart, visually interesting, and fun; he also does a nice job with negative space. His comprehension was great. He was very, very responsive. And he did an exceptional job of refining the design, offering options and variations, and making suggestions to improve the logo. I’m quite happy with the result – and the process of working with him – and would certainly recommend him.
- P A R A L L L E L studio
Amazing work and quick turn around time! Thank you
Amazing work as always!
Zall did a fabulous job on our logo. We had little direction to give except our business name and a theme, and he absolutely nailed it. We love it!
- A N N I S A
Annisa did an exceptional job. She took direction very well and was very prompt when I asked for tweaks to the original design. I highly recommend working with her as she nailed our logo!
How Lefko.Charalambous started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Duke Center for Neurosurgical Innovation
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a lab group at Duke University Medical Center that focuses on tech innovation for neurosurgery. We have recently acquired a large new lab space and increased the size of our team, and we want to increase our marketing presence to attract talent. We focus on areas like deep brain stimulation, spinal cord stimulation, and functional neurosurgery in general, but also explore other areas in medicine applicable to neurosurgery.
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
In the name, we would like to highlight the DCNI acronym (see the attachment). Some potential designs of interest might include things resembling cross-sections of brains or other neurological imaging (things like diffusion tensor imaging--a quick google search will give you ideas of what those images look like when colorized). I am also interested in seeing some designs try and integrate spines in addition to brains.