Dyanna.rezac got their new stationery by running a design contest:
stationery for Rezac & Associates Physical Therapy, LLC
Check out Dyanna.rezac's Stationery contest…
Medical & Pharmaceutical
We opened our 4 years ago company with the attached logo and have been using the burgundy, grey and black with white background. I have attached our original stationary with burgundy and black on ivory paper. We liked the simplicity and professionalism of this, but felt it was rather boring. Our current stationary package matches our clinic colors with Mediterranean colors (I have attached business cards and brochures from this). We are purchasing our own building and changing our image and would like a stationary makeover. The new clinic is earth tones with teak woods, chocolate/coffee brown and tan/latte with accents of olive light and dark and greyish blues with flagstone and mix of tiles with glass and stone. I have attached an image of our color samples, tiles and chairs. Sort of a spa look. Our problem is that we want to keep our current logo, we like the animated Vitruvian man and the color is on our signs. We have used this with a slightly darker version with a deep burgundy with more brown hues and would be open to that, but trying to match to our new scheme is difficult. We are open to some modification as long as it would still blend with what we already have in a theme. We would like to have a simple, clean design with geometrics or use of borders with curved edges vs straight lines. We like gradients in color, sandstone, granite vs all solid colors. Our business cards and brochures need to have a lot of information and we have a fair amount of older patients with visual impairments, so simple, easy to read fonts and text. Examples of ideas we like: http://www.synergympt.com/ http://www.levinsonblock.com/project/WebBraJamFow.php http://www.justinswebdesign.com/go/website-for-day-spa-stepping-stones-day-spa http://www.atomicbluedesign.com/spa-terra.html (this one is very similar to our colors and the tile mosaic work in our new clinic)
Brand name to include on the stationery item(s)
Rezac & Associates Physical Therapy, LLC
What to avoid
Do not want anything flowery, symbols or pictures (we like the logo by itself and are open to using it as a watermark) but would use a subtle design in a background. We are more of a family, personal facility, not an athletic or sports type place. We do Pilates and going for a more serene "spa" feel, but don't want to be confused with massage therapy, naturopaths or marijuana dispensaries which are common here in CO, so avoiding things like plants and leaves in any patterns.
US$999 Gold package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Stationery starts at £159.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their stationery.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
Dyanna.rezac collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
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