Tashows was very communicative and responsive to our needs while giving design feedback/input as required. No complaints, would work with again.
Great job! Fast and very responsive.
vsardju listened to what we needed and produced a great product very quickly. I would use vsardju for my next project.
Clean lines, clear communication and prompt service! Well done and thank you Graphixir.
- anthony BO
How histowiz started their signage journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Medical & Pharmaceutical
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
HistoWiz is a biotech startup in Brooklyn, NY. We are a histology service company that aims to revamp histology work for science researchers. We leverage the power of the web to facilitate efficient and easy access to information for researchers. We are the only company that scans and digitize slides then hosts them securely online for researchers to access anywhere in the world via an internet browser. This eliminates the need to maintain inventory of physical slides and provides much easier access to images and information- it is all securely stored on dedicated servers and searchable (imagine a physical book vs a kindle). In spite of all this, we offer faster turnaround time and comparable (if not cheaper) pricing than competitors. Our target audience are highly-educated scientists from many disciplines. Please visit histowiz.com for more details.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
a. We need a trade show banner(s). We will take these to large shows where there will be lots of foot traffic. We want to by eye-catching and stand out from the standard trade show banner.
b. These will be science-vendor shows and the target customers will be scientists. We want something that will be fairly large format but ideally scale relatively well. We can provide images of histological samples.
c. We do NOT want a wall of text- we want something clean and concise. We want to emphasize how we are leveraging the power of the internet to revolutionize how these traditionally very fragile, physical glass slides are stored and accessed.
d. Unfortunately, I think we have to limit the color scheme to something in the same ballpark of what is on our website (because we had other promotional materials made up and will have to use them up). The logo has to stay as well for the same reason.
a. I've attached a PDF of some sample banners that we were not too thrilled about. The images aren't great so see attached for some better options. While not fantastic, the provided banner attachments sort of get the idea across of what we need. If multiple banners would be better, we can work on that as well.