Totally got the brief! Thank you. We love our new design!!!
He is incredible
- Night Hawk
Designer hit all the points I wanted on the first shot.
Wonderful and accommodating! a true professional who understands the intricacies of working with a "team" of steakhosders in order to come to a solution that satisfies the toughest client. Thank you Arrojak for your patience and attention to detail as we worked through this project.
Ahmet's design is gorgeous, and he was a pleasure to work with.
How Choffman started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
AZ Sports Clinic
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are an Arizona based orthopedic sports medicine clinic located within a sports training and athletic performance facility.
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 addition to the implied motion, this is still fundamentally a traditional sports logo in that you know it's a sports related organization just by looking at it.
This is another traditional sports logo in that you know it's a sports related organization just by looking at it. It's also bold and contemporary.
The field background would be difficult to reproduce in some instances, but the "main" logo can stand alone so it's still effective. The shape of the shield is still a traditional sports logo in that you know it's a sports related organization just by looking at it.
The AZ Sports Clinic will be located inside a larger sports training facility that operates under this main logo. The AZ Sports Clinic might relate to this logo or at least not clash with it.
Another view of the It's All In The Game logo.
Please reference the logo of the sports training facility when designing the logo. We'd like our own identity, yet are within the same building as It's All In The Game, so the two logos should relate - by color, by font or in some way. They may well appear together on future marketing materials and staff clothing, etc. It is important to utilize the elements of universal design such that the logo and font are most easily read or understood by people who are injured, sick, disabled or may have some physical impairment. The logo, once chosen, will be incorporated into a variety of materials, including, but not limited to: exterior and interior signage, office materials (cards, envelopes, letterhead), window signage, marketing materials, screen printed and embroidered clothing. The designer with the chosen logo design will be asked for basic biographic information so we can promote them in the introduction of the new company logo.