Moyamoya, a Japanese word meaning "puff of smoke," is a rare neurological disease in which the blood vessels are too constricted to properly deliver blood to the brain. A team of surgeons at Boston Children's invented a surgery for repairing the vessels and returning the brain to normal function.
This journey guide is intended for adolescent patients to feel in control of their care. It explains the steps they need to take from the time they arrive for surgery through the recovery period at home in a relatable manner.
The below logos were designed for a variety of clients including healthcare organizations, industrial design firms, lending trees and private equity firms. These are meant not to represent the totality of logo design experience, but a snapshot of those that stood out.
Each logo went though a vigorous process of company and competitor research, conceptual thinking, sketching, design and eventual implementation. Rights to these logos belong to the individual organizations.