I need a logo to go on my business cards, letterhead, website, et cetera. Needs to project strength and professionalism.
Dylan E. Wilbanks, Attorney at Law or Wilbanks Law Firm, LLC
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I'd like a logo for my firm. I practice in a small town in Georgia, and a nice logo would set me apart to my target audience, which is ideally small- and medium-sized business owners. I have a general practice, but I'd like for my focus to be commercial litigation.
Deep crimson or maroon and only one color is what I have in my mind, but I could possibly be swayed with the right alternative design. The logo is going to go on a white or cream background practically all of the time. My corporate name is Wilbanks Law Firm, P.C.. I imagine the logo will incorporate my initials or the corporate initials or just the "W". The font I use for letters and briefs is Constantia, if that offers any guidance. I'd like the logo to project strength, class, and professionalism. It will go on marketing materials, but it will also be on correspondence to judges, attorneys, clients, opposing parties. As to the format, I'm a beginner and don't know what's best for me. I have a Mac. This logo will be used in various different ways, so I need to be able to adjust the size, if possible. Needs to look good in black and white, as it will be photocopied often.
More than one or maybe two colors. Light colors that don't photocopy strong. Sans serif fonts. Columns or blind Lady Justices or scales of justice.