Absolute class designer. There is a reason why Kate is one of the leading designers on 99 designs. I personally invited Kate to my competition and within 24 hours she had replied. Her third entry finished the competition, the champion had arrived.
- Dan Nugent
Patty was incredible to work with. She created a beautiful and very unique logo for us that was exactly what we were looking for. She was always readily available to make any changes or adjustments that we requested. We would definitely use her again for future projects and we highly recommend her!
Spot on from day one!
How Hancockd started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
SPEAK MODalities, Inc.
What’s your company slogan?
Entertaining! Educational! Evidence-based!
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
SPEAK MODalities (http://www.speakmod.com) provides software solutions for teaching speech and language skills to children with autism and developmental disorders. The teaching model supporting the apps is based on Purdue University research and validation. A series of different apps is currently being commercialized, they all carry SPEAK* in their titles: SPEAK all!, SPEAK now!, SPEAK more!, SPEAK together! etc. Already existing icons for some of the apps can be found in the attachment. A company logo is needed that fits with these.
The target audiences include primarily family members (parents, caregivers) of children with autism, and their clinicians (speech-language pathologist, special education teacher, behavior consultant, occupational therapist).
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The apps are developed for young children. They are shown images and a voice recording of what the image is. It should be friendly, simple and appealing to children and their caretakers. The logo should be an image and the tag line, with the image able to stand alone.