Really nice work and provided a few edits after contest was over. Thank you.
Job well done. Easy to have changes and corrections made. Helpful and creative design. Thank you!
Great to work with and goes the distance to please a client!
Excellent designer. Fast turn around and great work. A big thank you from Australia.
Professional, fast, and a great set of designs! Would use again!
- Shawl Wallah
How mkelley started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Right to Try
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Right to Try is a campaign/movement that allows terminal patients (who've exhausted all other treatment options) in the Unites States the right to access experimental medicines prior to their full FDA approval. Right to Try affects everyone from children to the elderly; few if any families have not been touched by some form of terminal disease (Cancer, ALS, etc). Right to Try was introduced in 2014 by the Goldwater Institute (NPO) and became law in 5 states last year. Momentum has been overwhelming this year as 29 state legislatures have introduced legislation in support. Patients have been advocating on behalf of RTT across the country - and their courage always shines through - many are facing short timelines and sadly, many lose their battles with their illness because they cannot access the medicines they need in time.
Right to Try was created to help save the lives of thousands of terminal patients who've lost hope and run out of treatment options.
The logo should be an inspiring and empowering symbol for those who wish to have the choice to try investigational treatments as a potentially life-saving option. There is no greater fundamental right than that of trying to save one's own life.
I look forward to your inspired designs.
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
The current logo (attached) is text only and is neither "hope filled" or "inspiring" to those fighting for their lives, or for those of us fighting for change. The new logo design should become a life affirming symbol for those facing a terminal illness and for the movement as a whole. Infuse with humanity Be creative and work to find an image or shape or abstract symbol that can accompany the font to tie in the hopefulness outlined above.