Easy to work with, very professional. Extremely satisfied with the work presented.
I liked the simplicity of the design and the aesthetic of it. All the other designs were quite complicated, but this one was very nice and streamlined, and the designer was very accommodating and really keen to make us happy. Would recommend again!
- Hanan D
It was a delight to work with Apujagad. The design was great, and it was easy to establish a working relationship. He listened to all my directions and made the necessary changes, while also coming with additional creative ideas. I have made him a favourite and will definitely invite him to any future projects.
Shaputra was amazing to work with! I had a ton of detailed revisions and he easily understood my 'not so easy' instructions. Shaputra was VERY responsive and got project tweaked right away when I made changes. I highly recommend working with Shaputra if your just starting out with a logo, or if you need full blown design work for big projects!
Did a fantastic job, offering several different high-quality designs during the contest and making additional minor tweaks after the contest ended.
How david.rabbolini started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Sydney platelet group
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are medical co-operative group formed by three large tertiary hospitals and offer cutting edge diagnostic techniques to diagnose rare bleeding disorders caused by inherited PLATELET defects.
Our target audience are referring doctors and patients.
Our image needs to be high-tech, polished and professional.
Best on a white background as this logo will go onto letters and letter heads and will be photocopied etc...so design needs to look good on a white background
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
Bold and simple and a bit abstract.
Like the use of negative spaces/ image.
We use genetic testing as part of our diagnostic strategy and so an image (abstract or manipulated) of a DNA helix intertwined with a blood platelet (check google images for cartoons of blood drops or platelets) would be nice?... We also do a test called light transmission aggregometry (check out the traces on google images). These are traces are formed as a result of platelet activation and form an important part of testing. Perhaps integrating a stylised curve with the first idea above may be cool (no one has attempted this yet form the designs so far).
Try keep the design, simple, bold, sophisticated, with a structure and colours related to blood and PLATELETS.
Please don't restrict yourself to my suggestions above.