MacUser was very helpful during the process by revising the design many times. Whenever I had a suggestion, MacUser rolled with the punches. I am so happy with the final result.
How Mike Y. started their logo design journey
The online supplement market is a sham in a mess. Charlatans marketing vitamins using outdated research and exorbitant mark-ups. I intend to market my own brand of vitamins and other nutrient supplements under the brand "Vitaminly." My goal is two folds: 1) To educate customers with current and accurate nutrient information that is not "toned-down" 2) To market supplements with the nutritious needs of young people in mind. The road ahead is long and hard, but with your help, I can take that first step strong.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Young people between 20-30 who are health-conscious and frequently shops on the internet. Young people are becoming more aware of their health, and I intend to reach out to them through social networking.
Attention dear designers (updated 4/18/10)
Due to unforeseen circumstances, we had to drop the name "Medceutica" (a real blow) and change it to "Vitaminly." I understand it is a hassle, but I'd really appreciate it if you could replace "Medceutica" with "Vitaminly." I am really sorry for the sudden change (end of update). Requirements see below.
Eye-catching but now showy. Keep it simple but vibrant. Try picture what kind of logo would catch your attention on a vitamin bottle (online, of course). Logo design should inspire a feeling of comfort with the use of "soft" or rounded edges. Since the name is long, "skinnier" font types are preferred.
Since Vitaminly will focus on its online presence, feel free to add a fresh, web 2.0 feel to it! You can also incorporate symbols related to wellness and medicine if you like.