We are so pleased with Ghurue's design. Ghurue cooperate in a good attitude towards feedbacks and easy to contact. He did his best to make the designs work for us. We really appreciate his prompt reply to our messages.
How TUChad started their logo design journey
Created in 1989 in Houston, Texas, Therapists Unlimited quickly expanded nationally and grew from a small per diem therapy staffing company to a diversified business that offers therapy, nursing, diagnostic imaging as well as pharmacy and physician placement on a per diem, contract, travel and perm placement basis. In 1998, to represent a more broad-spectrum staffing provider, we changed our name to CareerStaff Unlimited and have been operating under that name for 13 years. Over the last 3 years, our branch offices have reverted back to therapy placement only and we want our name to reflect this transition.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Many of the therapists that have been in the market for 15+ years recognize the Therapists Unlimited brand.. We are hoping to create some name recognition among this group of seasoned professionals as well as market ourselves as the "go-to" provider for therapy employment services to today's new grads and therapists just beginning their career.
We are looking to either keep our core colors the same as current logo or use the purple/green of TU past. We do not have a set idea on a graphic or font type to go along with it... We would like the logo to include the following:
Therapists Unlimited (trademark)
a division of CareerStaff
We are a physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy Staffing firm so we would like the logo to somewhat reflect/support this niche.
Attached are ideas that someone else had put together for us but we are not satisfied with the results(Therapists Unlimited.png/pdf). There are also logos for our parent company, CareerStaff Unlimited which show our color current color scheme. The tulogo_image color scheme should be incorporated into all designs as a comparison. We may revert back to purple. Looking for fresh ideas .