Although, they entered the contest toward the end, they nailed it.
Zokili is fantastic! She really understood what we were looking for. She was very flexible and replied to all our questions, queries… within few hours at most and always positively! Very professional and timely work. I can only recommend her!
- Vijay Krishnan
smartdDino designed an amazing ad for my business. It has a ‘presence’ which feels right. I received over 200 designs and this design stood out immediately.
Dean King understood immediatly what we were looking for. Great job, love the logo!
- deborah 4
How Hhazlehurst started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Harber Laman Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a group of nursing skilled nursing facilities that help patients reach their maximum potential through therapy. We are located in small cities in rural West TN and our target audience is Medicare part A recipients (65+) and Medicaid recipients (lower income). Our facilities are Alamo Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Bells Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Dyer Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, and Humboldt Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Medical & Pharmaceutical
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 would like a symbol that our target market can associate with the entire company when they see it beside the name of one of our individual facilities. I want our name to be in a font that goes with the symbol, but be able to replace Harber Laman Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers with the name of one of our individual facilities and still retain the same image, formatting, etc. I want it to be fairly simple with smooth lines and convey a feeling of healing/peace of mind. Please do not use any stock images or clip art in the logo. The font also must be easy to read because of our target market. I would like to avoid using a tree or dove; these are too common of a symbol for nursing homes and we want to stand out from our competitors.