Radiologisches Zentrum Mainfranken
What we did: Corporate Strategy, Corporate Identity, Logo Design, Visual Appearance, Web Design, Corporate Interior Design, Interview Video
Our ResponsibilitiesFor this client, we visually translated the medical discipline of radiology. We combined the traditional and well-known symbol of the cross with the visuals of the X-ray. The cross symbol refers to the "Red Cross" — founded in 1863 by Henry Dunant, and the Genfer Convention —, which is universally associated with unrestricted medicinal assistance, diagnostic research, and expert knowledge. For visualizing the X-ray, we adapted the energy and frequency representing radiation. These essential design elements offered us sheer unlimited application possibilities in the development of a holistic visual language.
The Definition of the Brand PurposeJust as we think strategically for our company in terms of a brand identity, we also develop this identity for our clients using the same methods: Together with our clients we develop the company's purpose, mission and vision. The purpose answers the question of what reason the brand existence has in the first place and what general contribution it makes or should make to the world. The Corporate Purpose is directed outwards and includes the value of all products or services. And lastly the vision describes where our customers want to be in the future. The vision is directed inwards. All these three points together form the brand identity.
We start with the "Why"Before we started working for the RZM, we sat down with Dr. Peter Range, MD, the new director of the RZM, and let him speak a little about his personal "whys". He told us that for more than 30 years, the RZM had existed in the heart of the birthplace of radiology. He told us it is impossible to imagine modern medicine without radiology. Hardly any therapy takes place without prior imaging.
Defining the MissionDr. Range told us that his philosophy is not to limit his diagnostic work to the creation of images. He thinks that radiologists must also interpret the images correctly to do an accurate diagnosis as quickly as possible. It was important for him to be perceived as a medic, not a technician. In his medical practice, patients are seen in their distress and with their individual needs. His guiding principle is understanding and excellent diagnostics. Only in this way can the right therapy be started, he explained. We like this approach and enjoy working with the RZM.
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Fassade design, signboard trilogySignboards show what you can expect inside. It always helps to figure out what you are looking for on the first view. So it is necessary to catch the most wanted information to presentation.
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