Impressive response time and super flexible to meet our requirements.
Very nice working with Brint'X, helpful and love the design.
Fast, accurate, and creative. Great designer!
- ll Myg ll Project
I can't begin to describe how happy I am with the outcome of this project.
- THERION 75
Very responsive to instructions. We went back and forth for weeks. Really happy with our logo. Thank you Therion75 for making this a seamless and easy process for us.
How attorneyandrew253 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
ASK Law Office
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
As an attorney, I would like to zealously represent my clients in personal injury cases as well as help them write wills and do estate planning. Strong advocacy coupled with great personal service is the goal. Other attorneys can be portrayed as cold and uncaring. I want people to see that I care, I will fight, but most important, I will give them fair advice as to what their rights, obligations, and options are. Target audience include parents with kids looking for a will, people injured in accidents due to negligence of others, elderly seeking to update or write them wills.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Preferably two tone to make for easy signage or other uses for the design.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the clear lettering underneath the logo.
As a law office, I would like to promote honesty, justice, and truth which are harder to embody than vegetables and kittens, but if it's possible, I'd like my logo to scream out justice.
I like the usage of the picture/letter mix.
I like the use of the negative space, but it may not be feasible in this project.
I would like a simple design of Lady Justice that incorporates the letters ASK into the skirt/sword/scale if possible. Similar to the attached file, but a more feminine model. While being professional, I want it to not look blocky like in the attached picture. Underneat the Logo I would also put something similar to the law office of Andrew S. Kim. Two tone is not a bad way to go either. The biggest change I would make to the attached picture would be better incorporation of the graphic with the letters while still having the letters be easily recognizable.
Another thing I would like is I would prefer a design that is horizontally longer than it is vertically taller, if possible.