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Multispecialty Medical Practice Logo

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine

Contest Holder khod123

Last Logged in : 377days18hrs ago

Concepts Submitted

598

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Winner(s)

1

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#598

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 598 by ammarsgd

#597

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 597 by ammarsgd

#572

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 572 by nellie

#563

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 563 by nellie

#562

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 562 by nellie

#561

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 561 by nellie

#554

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 554 by nellie

#549

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 549 by nellie

#548

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 548 by Uniquebd

#547

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 547 by Uniquebd

#546

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 546 by Uniquebd

#545

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 545 by Uniquebd

#539

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 539 by dhira

#538

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 538 by dhira

#507

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 507 by xantov

#506

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 506 by xantov

#504

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 504 by outsider

#503

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 503 by outsider

#502

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 502 by outsider

#501

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 501 by outsider

#500

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine A Logo, Monogram, or Icon  Draft # 500 by ammarsgd

Creative Brief


Multispecialty Medical Practice Logo

Stanford Pain & Sports Medicine

Your Pain Stops Here!

No

This website specifically will be for a pain management practice. However, the logo should be generic enough to be able to be used for any type of medical practice (dermatology, ent, cardiology). All of the medical practices will have Stanford as the first name, for example Stanford Dermatology, Stanford ENT, etc.
The logo should convey the modern feel of the practice as well as quality, accommodating, accessibility and aesthetically pleasing medical practice. This is the type of practice, where a patient's concerns will be number one priority (same day visit, courteous friendly and responsive staff) and the doctors are of the highest caliber medically and also interested in customer service. The logo does not need to necessarily convey a medical practice, a cool looking logo of any type would be ok.

Medical

Logo Type

Logo Type

Symbolic

Symbolic

Abstract Mark

Abstract Mark

Modern
Sophisticated
Simple
Professional

not sure you decide

not sure

Hoping that the project comes out great and we move on immediately to the design of a full website, stationary, brochure, etc.

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Discussion


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  • January 16, 2016 6:33 AM
    avatar OmeeDesign
    please wait ill sketch some concepts now :) OMee

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  • January 11, 2016 12:14 PM
    avatar khod123
    Project Holder
    just some more feedback....


    1. i would not like to use the image of an active person on the logo....because that is more specific to pain management. This logo will have to be used for multiple subspecialities and should be a bit more generic
    2. Please leave out "your pain stops here" going forward, i think it is better without it
    3. with regard to the colors, lets use deep, rich colors ...please avoid burgandy color

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  • January 11, 2016 12:14 PM
    avatar khod123
    Project Holder
    just some more feedback....


    1. i would not like to use the image of an active person on the logo....because that is more specific to pain management. This logo will have to be used for multiple subspecialities and should be a bit more generic
    2. Please leave out "your pain stops here" going forward, i think it is better without it
    3. with regard to the colors, lets use deep, rich colors ...please avoid burgandy color

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  • January 10, 2016 9:19 PM
    avatar khod123
    Project Holder
    I think that if there is a separate logo (such as draft 4) .the logo and wording should generally be side by side ... Rather than vertically placed. Also, Too many colors and complexity are probably not what we are going for.

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