Urgent

by vaneltia • Uploaded: Jan. 26 '16 - Gallerized: Mar. '16

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Description: Logo for an urgent care physician who is offering concierge medicine and house calls for private patients.

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MichaelDesign Jan. 26 '16

Very cool the idea the mark!

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vaneltia Jan. 26 '16

@MichaelDesign Thanks for your kind words! :)

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logomotive Jan. 26 '16

not sure you even need the color break? Nice thinking.

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vaneltia Jan. 26 '16

@logomotive Thanks for your suggestion. Yes I will definitely try an option without the color break later.

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ocularink Jan. 27 '16

Yeah, this is working well. I'd also like to see a 1 color version.

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vaneltia Jan. 27 '16

Add a variation without the color break as suggested by @logomotive
@ocularink Thanks mate, I've uploaded the 1 color versions as well. :)

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logomotive Jan. 27 '16

Try the initial just as it is but change the pulse to white? Don't connect the letters...

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vaneltia Jan. 27 '16

@logomotive Just updated the variations based on your input. Thanks a lot!

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logoholik Feb. 02 '16

Also good and surprisingly readable!

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vaneltia Feb. 02 '16

@logoholik Thanks again! It took me some time to make the 'N' readable but in the end I'm satisfied with the result. :)

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lumavine Feb. 02 '16

I love the idea, and your execution is great! Did you try connecting the pulse with the E and T in a way that makes those letters form a little rectangle that resembles a monitor screen? I think that would be fantastic.

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vaneltia Feb. 02 '16

@lumavine Yes I've tried to incorporate the E and T to form a monitor screen but it didn't look good as it made the text more difficult to read and too complex for me. Thanks for your suggestion, I do appreciate it! :)

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vaneltia Mar. 19 '16

Hey @lumavine thanks a lot for your input! It's great, but I still prefer my current version because the pulse length is more symmetrical ;) Thanks again!

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