James D Haberman, DDS, PLLC
My husband is a dentist in the Edmonds, WA. area. We have print materials that are outdated, as we purchased the practice 4 years ago and needed to get up and running quickly. We are in the process of automating our office and need a consistent, updated look. We serve the neighborhood in which we live. Edmonds has a saying, "It's an Edmonds kind of day." We have provide exceptional dental care for the entire family and provide both family and cosmetic dentistry.
We want our printed materials to be nice, professional and clean without being too fussy or fancy. Simple and warm. Most of our patients are between the ages of 25 and 49 years of age. We service our local community. Edmonds is right on the Puget Sound with a ferry terminal and lots of neighborhood boutique stores, lots of coffee shops, etc.
We want to use our logo on the card and want to be consistent with the company name which is James D Haberman, DDS, PLLC. The font is Eras Bold for his name. We also have a tag line on our sign that reads, "Family and Cosmetic Dentistry". The font used for that is Monotype Corsiva. Our sign color is Cranberry with brushed silver letters.
Inside our office we have very warm, northwest colors like taupe, light moss green and slate blue/gray in the operatories. Our logo leans towards the gray color. I've attached a copy of our logo. In addition, I've attached a copy of a "first run" brochure. It should give you a feel for what our practice is all about.
We don't like a lot on our cards. Not too cluttery.
We need our contact info: 9529 244th St. SW, Edmonds, WA. 98020, Office: 206-542-7557, Fax: 206-546-2214, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We do not like dark colors like black, navy, etc. We prefer to use colors already on our sigh or inside the office as mentioned above.Our current website is http://www.jamesdhaberman.com, although keep in mind that our website is the next thing to be updated! Content may help you?
My husband is a very personable man and everyone always says he's the nicest man they've ever met. We want our business cards to have that same feel - again, not too "showy".
Our current letterhead has the business name on the top of the page. This is not a necessity, but would make printing easier, as we wouldn't have to change our current print settings from our computer.
Our computers can print from pdf files.