Medical Logos | Medical Practice Logos
Clinic Logos | Clinical Logos
Client Name: Advanced Urology of El Paso
Logo Category: Clinic Category Logos
Logo Type: Iconic Logos
Client Location: El Paso, Texas 79925
Project Type: GOLD Logo Package
The client is starting a urology practice in El Paso,TX. They had just completed a fellowship training in endourology which includes specialty training in minimally invasive surgical techniques. The client wanted to offer this highly skilled and sought after service to local residents. Other similar clinics in the area are Rio Grande Urology PA and the client wanted an identity that set them apart yet retain a professional look and feel.
Typically older males with urological problems and other related issues
The client wanted a simple iconic logo related to urology. He also wanted to see logo concepts that related to landmarks in Texas (such as cacti etc). We came up with 8 different concepts showing abstract logos of kidneys, cross sections of tubes, a literal image of the urological system in the human body etc. The landmark related direction was scrapped in the initial phase itself. The client selected the above concept which shows an abstract icons of kidneys crossed by some modern looking swooshes. The idea was to indicate the advanced equipment and methodologies that the client would use to treat their customers. We also chose a very modern looking font to drive home the “advanced” idea.
Medical Logo Designs
If you have a medical business in London or in the UK, you know how competitive it can be. Medicine is one of the world’s most respected professions, so medical businesses are held up to impossibly high standards. Medical UK logo design are part of showing your business’s professionalism, knowledge, and concern for people in your community.
Although medical logo designs are important, there are no definite rules for them. In fact, there are many different kinds of medical logo designs that have been used with great success. However, many medical logos seem to follow a few basic guidelines. Here are the most common elements you will see in this field.
Traditional medical images. There are many symbols that are commonly associated with medicine and these of course are just as common in medical logo designs. Whether you decide to use a stethoscope, a square cross, or a caduceus, the man benefit of using traditional medical images in medical logo designs is that it will be immediately obvious what field you work in. The downside is that these images are very commonly used and thus will need to be given a unique twist in order to be memorable and unique.
References to the people involved. Medicine is by nature a people-oriented field. What better way to show your customer focus than by including people in your logo? This can be done either by having a reference to your patients in your tagline or by including an image of people in your medical logo designs.
Shapes that speak to the subconscious. There are several shapes that are commonly used in medical logo designs. The first is the circle. Circles and other round shapes make people feel included and wanted, so they are a great choice. Another shape that is often used in medical logo designs is the square. While squares are a little hard edged, they also impart the message that you are trustworthy and direct. Because no one wants to use a medical business that is lacking these key qualities, both shapes make excellent choices for medical logo designs.
Your name and tagline. People want to feel that their medical care is handled by people, not by a nameless corporation. This makes including your name in your logo more important in medical logo designs than in most other industries. However, you don’t have to stop there. While you are at it, you should have a tagline as well. This is a small phrase of just a few words that expresses your business’s mission. While it can be difficult to distill your entire organisation into just a few words, your logo artist should be able to start you in the right path.
Now that you know the four basic rules of designing medical logo designs, are you ready to do it yourself? These four elements can add up to one cohesive and visually beautiful logo, or a disjointed mess. It all depends on the skill of the logo designer. This is why it is so important to hire a professional logo designer for this important task. Nothing will say as much about your business as your logo, so make sure it is saying all the right things.