Desound created a great initial logo and responded quickly and thoroughly when asked for adjustments. Great work!
Carlos-Kva designed a beautiful logo for me. I highly recommend him for the following reasons, he:
* interpreted my brief and implemented my changes accurately
* responded to my requests for changes quickly
* proactively came up with new, imaginative design ideas
* put huge effort in to make sure I was happy with every detail of my logo; nothing was too much trouble for him
* supplied me with all the different file formats I requested at the end of the contest
I will definitely be working with Carlos-Kva again.
We absolutely love our new logo. Working with M&W has been so easy and fast. M&W is really considerate, really takes direction well, and is able to turn our ideas into real professional looking designs in a matter of hours. We highly recommend this designer! Thanks for making this journey fun and exciting.
- Garuda International
How Limbix started their logo design journey
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Limbix Productions is a nonprofit multimedia organization that produces documentaries--both long and short form--written articles, and photography on science, healthcare, and medicine, particularly at the intersection of those fields. Topics range from academic and translational research to human interest and personal narratives.
Our target audience is diverse, ranging from medical industry professionals to students and educators to patients and families affected by cancer (a topic we will frequently discuss).
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Attached is the logo we've been using. We're not dissatisfied with it but, at the least, it could use a professional pass being that it was made with PowerPoint in a pinch. We're also open to new interpretations.
The color scheme is mildly significant: crystal violet being the color of many scientific research dyes as well as that of "time-out" markers used in operating rooms; the aquamarine color being similar to that of faded green operative scrubs.
Please note that while we cover all issues relating to healthcare and medicine, we largely focus on themes in neuroscience, brain tumors, and neurosurgery --hence the title "Limbix" (derived from the name "Limbic System") and the inclusion of a symbolic neuron for the second "i" --a motif that would be nice to have represented.
Finally, "Productions" doesn't necessarily need to be in the logo if you come up with a better design without it.
Below is a link to a video we recently produced for an international neurosurgical organization (not public yet so please don't distribute) as an example of our work and use of the logo at the very end --which may be turned into an animated logo at some point down the road for subsequent videos/features.