Tangata is our favorite designer. Very professional and responsive. Final delivery was meeting 100% of our expectations and was superfast. Awesome guy. Thx!
- Christine & Bernhard
Nice work. Good creativity and responded quickly to my requests.
- Boston James
- Transformed Design Inc.
Designer was extremely responsive to our requested changes and interpreted our written feedback very accurately. Designer provided a great design concept with a very clean and professional look that captured what we were looking for.
- Marina A.S.
Marina was fantastic to work with. Natural talent and great response. We love our logo! Will definitively work with her again.
karton17 was great to work with! Thanks for your help.
How saoly.benson started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Art of Braces
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am an orthodontist who is also a very serious amateur photographer. My orthodontic practice is going to be themed as an art gallery (similar to Peter LIk art galleries) in which I will display a lot of my photography as well as those of local artists. I want my patients to see me as an artist who will be designing a smile that is crafted just for them. My target audience will include teenagers (as most teenagers need braces) as well as aesthetically conscious adults who are looking to get the smile they always wanted with clear braces, Invisalign, lingual braces, etc. 80% of healthcare decisions are made by moms and wives, so I want the logo to primarily appeal to women but it also needs to have appeal for young teens as well. It needs to be sophisticated and modern, yet also fun. I would like the logo to be a combination wordmark and pictorial mark design that incorporates both the elements of a work of art/artist as well as orthodontics or braces.
Simple is best!
Logo needs to be able to stand alone without the slogan.
Please, no molars in the design!
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