This was a tough job, kind of particular with a lot of creative lee-way and Cleret submitted several great submissions. Each one was more improved based on my critique, and we ultimately developed the perfect logo for my physical therapy clinic. She was timely and professional too.
Design captures what we need to project to our patients.
- bintang p
Bintang was great to work with. He did a great design for our co-work space brand. Very responsive and quick to make changes. Will definitely work with again.
Very good design. Captured what we we're looking for.
Great work. thoughtful design and super fast response.
Great job, provided the requested work.
How patrickYP started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Heather Lane Physical Therapy
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
My company provides orthopedic physical therapy treatment, movement assessment, pain relief in an outpatient setting. I cater to a more affluent clientele and would like the logo to reflect a mature, modern style. My target is the active adult and older adult (>65 years old) who want to thrive in their golden years.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
I like the combo of purple or blue with a "heather" grey. More grey than not.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
That ninja emblem is memorable and cute.
So elegant, the house matches the font
I've never seen a bird incorporated into a logo like that.
I am a male therapist with a genuinely female company name (heather lane) so in order to keep a level gender balance i'd like the logo to have a more mature, masculine, bold vibe. I like the "heather purple" color but it should be used sparingly. Also heather grey may be a good complement to achieve some gender neutrality/masculinity. Grey and purple might just work, representing the two genders interaction. I want to stay away from industry generic logos (ie a running stick figure)that you would find when googling "therapy logo." Feel free to be more abstract, work outside the box of typical health and wellness logo and into mascot, pictorial territory. If using typography it should be easily readable, no serif.