The fox, inspired by the hidden word in the BioInfoExperts company nickname bioinfox, has a reputation for being a clever character and speaks to the FoxSeq software’s goal of bringing sometimes hidden data to light. The DNA strand in the tail hints at the primary data targets while studious glasses add both a touch of scholarship and whimsy.
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This greenhouse shed is out back behind a store in San Francisco called The General Store.
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Eat Plants For Health provides nutritional coaching and support services as well as education, scientific research and resources for adopting a plant based diet and way of life. Bright, yet calming colors create an inviting feel, while the round shape evokes a stamp or sticker that gives whatever product or collateral it’s placed on the website’s “seal of approval.”
After we designed the Bio Info Experts logo, the scientists asked us to redesign their website also. We extended the biological and computer themes and colors from the the icosahedron logo to showcase the projects, skills, and publications of the Bio Info Experts.
Once a company has gone through the very involved process of creating a new logo or rebranding an existing identity, there can be quite a sense of relief. The hours of planning, sketching, meeting, back-and-forthing, and arguing about colors and shapes has finally come to an end. People can start using the logo and move on with their business.
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