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Zebra Medical Technologies

Competition: #1710
Client: Gabriel Sanchez
Open: 07 April 2014
Close: 28 April 2014

$360.00

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Winning entry by ... Artboy

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The Brief

Zebra Medical Technologies, Inc. is a medical device company developing a portable system for imaging muscle. We named our company after images of muscle fibers, which have a striped pattern similar to a zebra’s coat.

We need a logo for business cards, purchase orders, quotes, and presentations. Our target audience consists mainly of investors and potential customers. We prefer minimalist designs that avoid excessive clutter with a clean professional look, but we certainly welcome creativity.

Target Audience

Investors and customers (scientific researchers/doctors, pharmaceutical developers, and hospitals)

Logo Requirements

Logosauce Standard Final Art Requirements: Vector artwork in Pantone SPOT, CMYK, RGB and BW versions. Files should be saved in Adobe Illustrator .ai or .eps file formats with all strokes converted to objects and fonts pathed/outlined. Other file formats may be acceptable in exceptional circumstances.

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Gabriel Sanchez

Gabriel Sanchez:

Thanks for the designs and excellent work thus far. We’ve got some serious contenders in only 24hrs. To help inspire different ideas, here is some additional information about the company:

- Here are some example images that we have acquired of muscle fibers with our microscope, Images 1 & 2
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/3vubwm1gszepq4v/wnMsuEy6M4
- Our images are black and white, but we color them green for appeal. You might consider this green in your design versions.
- Our images arise from a laser light changing from red to blue within the muscle. You might consider this color variation in your design versions.
- Image 3 shows a specific muscle behavior – you might consider this “single wave” line in your design.
- We would also like to consider designs that highlight letters Z, M, and T in the design. We’re considering both “Zebra” and “ZMT” as shorthand references to Zebra Medical Technologies.
-Please note that zebra.com is NOT our company.

2014-04-08 06:40:56 UTC
WouterZ - Dutch Designs

WouterZ - Dutch Designs:

Hi Gabriel, thanks for the extra information. The dropbox link doesn’t seem to work for me. Could you check the address please? Another question: could you please comment on the submissions so the designers know if they are on the right path or need to change directions. That way the end result will be much better.

Kind regards,

Wouter

2014-04-08 09:42:35 UTC
Paco

Paco:

The dropbox link works well for me! Send me your email in private and I´ll send you the images.

2014-04-08 10:08:42 UTC
Paco

Paco:

2014-04-08 10:15:42 UTC
Paco

Paco:

I was trying to embed the image here, but it does not work. :-(

2014-04-08 10:18:25 UTC
WouterZ - Dutch Designs

WouterZ - Dutch Designs:

Thanks Paco! On my iPad the last few letters didn’t copy. Now at my workstation I see more… and the images.

2014-04-08 13:24:38 UTC
Gabriel Sanchez

Gabriel Sanchez:

Hi all,

Thanks for all the work, these logos look great! Your work has really guided out thinking at Zebra and helped us converge on how we want to identify ourselves. We want to be referred to as “Zebra” in shorthand. I therefore highlighted logos that emphasize that word. We also want to associate ourselves more with the organic/dynamic stripes in our images rather than the actual zebra animal.

I have added comments on several logos to help you try new ideas and refine or iterate your designs. Please keep them coming and I will also continue to provide feedback. I really appreciate the work so far. It wasn’t until we saw such diversity in designs from YOUR ideas that we begin to better solidify our own identity!

Cheers,
Gabriel

2014-04-12 08:07:15 UTC