Ardhs made the logo that we didn't know we wanted but had to have once we saw it. We had a preconceived notion of what we wanted. Ardhs made something new and amazing that was better than our idea.
Hilda was great to work with. Extremely responsive, professional, and didnt mind all of our adjustment requests. Great experience overall. Thank you.
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Great Job! We're very happy with it.
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Designer cared for the detail, reading exactly how we described ourselves to gain priceless input, then when other designers followed his best rated logo, he reacted professionally acknowledging competition and us reassuring him he was still the best. His response time was excellent, variety and efforts wide enough without us asking for constant changes. 99d can be proud to have him participate on your platform. Thank you for yet once more very good results, we will trust 99d for our entire new website following result of 4 smaller projects gone very well.
How amywjames started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Nest for Nurses
What’s your company slogan?
Thank you for caring for our community
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
NFN is a program where affiliate real estate agents give a percent if their commission, at closing, to help nurses/healthcare workers close on a their home. Title, insurance, and mortgage companies also discount their fees. This a still a win for the agent and a benefit to the nurse and his/her family creating a win win business model fir both parties in the transaction. The idea is to thank patient care workers for all of the compassion, knowledge and patience they show all individuals everyday and build a stronger sense of community.
~ I am looking for a logo that somehow incorporates homes/nurses/ heathcare/trust/
Giving/ community/ knowledge/ thanks
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards