Marcin (Yo!Design) is a professional
with an incredible talent for creating truly unique and timeless design. He communicated effectively with the team and responded immediately with requested tweaks and refinements, iterating well over 20 times, while educating the team on the fundamentals of what constitutes a cheap/ineffective logo and what makes a powerful logo that has both a strong first impression and a timeless appeal.
I highly recommend Marcin for any design project.
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How p.vandersandt started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Quality Register of Allied Health Professions (in Dutch ‘Kwaliteitsregister Paramedici’ or short ‘KP’) is a Dutch foundation set up by nine different professional health associations. The Quality Register of Allied Health Professions maintains registers for professions governed by order in council (section 34) of the Individual Health Care Professions Act of the Netherlands.
The Quality Register of Allied Health Professions is more than a record of diplomas. After registration the professionals have to renew their registration once every five years. Renewal of a person’s registration will involve assessing whether his or her knowledge and skills still meet the minimum requirements set by the professional bodies.
One of the main purpose of the ‘Kwaliteitsregister Paramedici’ is to make good quality of care by professionals visible for the outside world. Our registers therefore are consulted by patients/clients, employers and health insurance companies. They check whether or not a professional has a valid ‘quality label’, helping them to pick the right person to help them with health issues.
On the other hand for the healthcare professionals it is something to be proud of; with a registration you show that you take your job and professional development serious.
Our healthcare professional are not the typical white coat doctors and crosses, it’s a wide variety of professions: dieticians, occupational therapists, speech & Language therapists, Skin therapists, Cesar remedial therapists, Mensendieck remedial therapists, Optometrists, Orthopthists, Podiatrists, Radiographers (Diagnostic, Therapeutic, Nucleair Medicine. We only operate in the Netherlands.
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
Our current logo is outdated; It can be said that it has missed out on a few updates throughout the years and that is it not particularly approachable because of the spikes. Also the readability of the word ‘Paramedici’ is not ideal, because it is upside down. So it needs a to be refreshed, but no totally revised, it needs to take some steps forward in its evolution. E.g. the letters ‘KP’ still need to be the core of the logo.
The current colours are dark blue (C100 M66 Y0 K2 / Pantone 286 U) and red (C0 M95 Y100 K0 / Pantone 485 U). We currently also use light blue (C57 M17 Y0 K0 / Pantone 291 U) on the website. Our preference is a have a two PMS colour logo within the blue and red colour range, feel free to use other colours in the blue/red range.
The current font is Calibri. A clear alternative is certainly an option! as long it does not involves a font/typeface that comes with copyright issues.
The logo will be used both online as offline (mostly letter paper), where online ways heavier for the design.
The logo needs to express concepts like ‘Reliability, Authority & Quality’ > it’s a ‘quality label. ‘Accessibility’ > recognizable for patients/clients. And ‘Proud to have’ > its an achievement for healthcare professionals to have a quality registration.
A nice to have is that somehow a hint to the fact that nine professional health organisation started KP, is part of the logo.
Mission impossible or nice challenge? Any questions, shoot!
We have added our current logo.
IMPORTANT: Next to the standard agreement facilitated by 99designs, a short document has to be signed that states that the contract/Design Transfer Agreement is governed by Dutch Law.