Very prompt and provided all artwork files and fonts straight upfront, that's what I like to see. Thank you Akedis Design!
Super work and communication!
How christophergipe started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Law Office of Christopher Gipe
What’s your company slogan?
Working to preserve your legacy (I would like to see with and without because I haven't completely decided if I am married to it)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a boutique law firm that provides business and estate planning services to Southern California residents. We are a young and modern law firm that firmly believes in the power of technology. We believe that the legal profession has resisted progressed and clutched to an old world mentality of customer service and client relationships. We are trying to be different. We are trying to be better. Ultimately, we strive to turn public perception regarding attorneys on its axis and establish meaningful and authentic relationship with our clients that will allow us to be their trusted advisors long after our representation has ended.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Attorney & Law
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Feel free to be creative. But I do tend to favor clarity and simplicity with flashes of color.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The circular design is very soft to me. It is timeless. Might be a little safe though?
I like the use of color. I am hesitant at the same time because I am not sure if this can tastefully be accomplished for a law firm. I wish it can!
This feels very modern to me which I like.
This seems very safe for a law firm which is why it is okay. It is definitely better then most, but I am shooting for more without isolating potential clients or presenting a childish/unprofessional appearance.
I really like the contrast. It really pops off the page.
I just think this is really cool. The difficulty for me is that the image of the bike is really the emphasis so I would need the words to stand out a little more I think.
This is just a cool design. I like the way the designer emphasized aspects of the design through color
Not a fan of the background color but think the design is pretty solid.
I really don't know what I want other than I don't want to be every other boring law firm . . . you guys know who I am talking about. I wish I had more guidance but I am really leaning on you to convince me of what I need/want to accomplish my goal of championing progress.
*Edit* I have been able to figure out that I am not really into columns. It feels a little too ancient Greece to me, and therefore a little counter intuitive to what I am trying to accomplish.