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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
Now What? Health
What is your industry?
Health Care and Biotech
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
The logo should suggest that -"OK, now that we know the patient has this chronic disease - Now What!!?? - that's the dilemma. Easy to diagnosis but hard to get people to change behavior. Thats what "Now What" does. Help people change behavior. In that sense it is both a little cynical and playful.
Priority is on the words Now and What. Health should be secondary
Should be able to have both stacked and horizontal versions
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
I think it can be accomplished with just great use of fonts without over designing and application of images.
Except for a question mark which can be integrated in some creative fashion and can also use exclamation point to make the point- maybe there is a cute way to integrate both.
Prefer to work with Orange - R,G,B (208,29,27), Red - R,G,B (208,29,27) and Grey.
I attached a VERY rough idea I did and some examples of styles I liked.
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