JiuJiu HealthLife (please note that “HealthLife” comes as one word)
¿Cuál es el eslogan de tu compañía?
live healthy with style (preferably but unnecessary if space becomes an issue)
Cuéntanos a qué tipo de público quieres llegar
We offer healthy meals, healthy teas and certain traditional Chinese medical treatment (such as reflexology) to interested white collar workers in Kuala Lumpur. The meals we offer are designed to offer nutrition whilst minimizing consumption of unhealthy nutrients (such as cholesterol and fats) and thus designed to promote a well-balanced, healthy diet. In addition, we also offer healthy snacks which are nuts (such as walnuts) and dried fruits (such dried apricots). As for teas, we offer Chinese teas (green, black and white teas from China) and herbal teas (such as chrysanthemum tea) whether customers want to buy just the ingredients (such as tea leaves) or wish to drink them in our premise (as we also have tea tables and chairs in traditional settings). Lastly, with regards to traditional Chinese medical treatment, we offer acupuncture, acupressure and reflexology to interested customers. All in all, we are promoting a healthy lifestyle, not just physical health, but also mental and emotional health.
¿A qué sector dirías que pertenece tu empresa?
Alimentos y bebidas
¿Qué colores quieres que tenga tu diseño?
Otros requisitos relativos al color
Designers are free to choose either one color or a combination of different colors from colors we specified as long as the design can be clearly printed on various types of material without a compromise.
Para hacernos una idea de lo que representa tu marca, dinos qué estilos te gustan
Diseño de inspiración
We require that the logo be designed for a multitude of purposes. It can be used as corporate logo, whilst also used on product packages, premises, sign boards and advertisements.
In addition, we also require that the logo design incorporates the number 99 in Chinese character “九玖”(as shown in the attached PDF file). We leave it to the designers to stylize the Chinese character whilst designing the logo. However, if the number 99 in Chinese writing proves to be unfeasible to be incorporated into the logo, a designer may use the number 9 (digit) as used in English, but it should integrates some other design elements that reflect the business concepts of our organisation.
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