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BRAINSOLE (foot doctors -the brain doing reviews on foot products) slogan: happy feet...happy people
Logo Needed for website in the works:
We are podiatrists who would like to provide more to our patients and to the community in the form of shoe and product reviews. Patients often come into the office asking about different products shoes/socks/heel pain products/etc, but it is very difficult to have worn or tried all of the products offered. Often people come into the office and ask about certain products they have heard about, but want a foot doctor’s expert opinion. We are starting a website, dedicated to the consumer, where we, the knowledgeable podiatric specialist, personally review the products. The end goal is to provide positive and/or negative feedback to our patients, as well as a location they can purchase the product if they would like. Examples of products: shoes, socks, night splints, foot cream, antifungal nail medications, insoles just to name a few.
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Our target audience is anyone and everyone who is interested in wanting an expert review on a foot product. Primarily adult 18+. The consumer is someone with a busy lifestyle and does not have time to try, test products out and needs to be confident in what he/she is buying.
Primary market: female
Secondary market: men
Our mission of being the most accurate and relevant source for foot related product reviews should come across in the feeling/design of the logo. The logo should look professional, confident and endorse that the product reviews are coming from an expert medical source, however it should be fresh with flair and not boring. The logo should incorporate the company name and slogan. We have no particular colors in mind. You may use pictures of feet/shoes/etc to project that we are foot doctors. It should be simple and visually appealing
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