Captured what I was looking for. Clean, professional design.
- Amal Jariah
Great work! Amal always replied fast and conformed all of our wishes.
It was such a pleasure working with Adam!
He did an amazing creative work and exceeded my expectations.
I really appreciate his creativity and great attention to details. In my opinion, he is a very skilled designer that produces a high-quality work.
Also, he kept the communication line open at all time and carefully listened to my requests for adjustments for the project. He delivered a perfect work and surpassed my expectations each time.
I really appreciated working with him on that project, and I will definitely hire him again for other projects in the near future.
Good job Adam!
I wasn't exactly sure what I wanted but mila57 gave me a number of great designs. I like the incorporation of a column into the logo which gave it a little "legal" flair but not too much or too cheesy. The design was elegant and projected the image I was looking for.
How PRCarley started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
not sure the name of the firm is Law offices of Patricia R. Carley, LLC can you use my initials in the logo?
What’s your company slogan?
No but the theme is We're here to help
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Small personal injury law firm, 1 lawyer, sole practitioner. Accidents, slip & fall injuries, Social Security Disability work, Workers' Compensation claims, employment discrimination cases. My target audience is injured people in Northwest NJ. I am moving the firm to the Green in Morristown, a historic town the dates back to the revolutionary war. I want the design to fit my new classic address. The space has high ceilings, polished brash fixtures, tufted leather furniture, exposed brick & a working fireplace. Think classic old school law firm.
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
bright red is my Favorite color (the blue red, not the oranage red). Please use some red.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I wanst something classic & elegant. It should communicate steadfastness, intelligence, compassion, loyalty & reliability. Something stalwart but relateable. Not the solely the cliches of the scales of justice but that can be part of it; doesn't have to be. Nothing kitchy or too modern. I do like serif fonts. My present letter head is all red letters in Monotype Corsiva (which all the marketing people tell me is awful but I love that font) I'm OK with a play on my initials: PRC when it's time to do the business cards I want room for a photo of me that has yet to be taken. This logo should be able to bridge to all the mediums & ads & to be etched on the office door.