So pleased! From the beginning, Do Ink really nailed our design concept and presented us with an amazing logo idea. Revisions were quick and on target and communication was great throughout. It didn't take much for us to settle on our final product and the process was a breeze. We are absolutely thrilled with our new logo and biz card and highly recommend Do Ink. Hope to work with you again in the future!
Great, fast, professional work. My 3rd time working with alygator.
Very responsive to our requests. Was able to understand what I was asking and made all necessary adjustments. Thank you!
- omah designs
Highly recommended and a great designer to work with. Very happy with the logo design for our new business.
- Product Labs
I was really impressed with jjeahh, not only did he create many suggestions but many of the design were really good and spot on the brief. I will without doubt work jjeahh again when I need more designs created. jjeahh was also happy to make lot of small change to get the design just right.
How mitch.messer started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Health Consumers' Council
What’s your company slogan?
Your voice on health
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our organisation works with a number of different groups and audiences including Health Consumers, Health Service Providers, Funders, Politicians, Research organisations.
We partner with people/organisations that can improve health services/outcomes in Western Australia (WA).
An essential part of what we do is to promote the development of a CONSUMER FOCUSSED HEALTH system, promoting consumer engagement to ensure that WA has a nimble, responsive HEALTH system through continuous improvement
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I have uploaded the current logo in the formats we currently use. It incorporates the megaphone which was designed to portray the importance of the 'voice' of health consumers.
We wish to ensure that the ‘voice’ is portrayed, however we want to be seen as contributing our voice as a partner, not just shouting through the megaphone.
The man used looks way to much like clipart and we feel more akin to an organisation that is not serious or professional, which is not how we wish to be seen or indeed how we operate.
We want to try and steer clear of the use of typical ‘health’ stereotypes if possible.