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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
What is your industry?
Health Care & Biotech
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
family and friends - Support, caring, strength, love, community for the patient
Patient - Openness, sharing, gaining support, compassion, intimacy, empathy from closest family and friends
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
image + text
With my name , cohearts.com, there will probably be a heart (or multiple hearts) involved in the logo. I am very open to other colors such as blue, baby blue in addition to the classic red/pink.
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Hi all, I'm a recent med school grad who is creating a website where a family member or friend of a patient (or the patient him/herself) can create a page/profile with their story, blog, microposts (eg wall posts/status message), health updates, etc. In turn, their family and friends will be able to visit the site to offer support via microposts (wall posts), private messages, and send gifts through the site (flowers, gift cards, music, etc). As a med student, I noticed that social support from a patient's family and friends was one of the MOST important aspects of a patient's treatment, and hope to fill that need with this website. Platforms such as facebook and twitter are too public for most patients to share their health issues, so this site will have much tighter privacy setting options and controls. In addition, the coordination of updating all family and friends about one's condition was often a struggle, which I also hope to help solve with this site. Thanks for your help and can't wait to see each of your wonderful logos!
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