Jarred works really good and fast, he is open to new ideas and ready to do his best to make you happy with the final design:)
Read and listened to EVERY one of my comments and feedbacks. Tried new things and was very creative about it. I was uncertain what I wanted and just_world was very patient and effective to make the perfect brand for my company!
Quick to respond, very pleasant to deal with and very happy with the resulting design. I recommend working with Ken with no hesitation at all and hope to hire him again going forward.
Worked diligently and patiently to create the award winning logo. I would highly recommend this designer! Jana Lemoine
- luce y turo
They were very professional listened to our feedback and translated that information to a design that our executive team was happy with.
How swainlawoffice started their logo design journey
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Swain Law is a law firm that specializes in criminal defense. It's target audience are individuals accused of crimes that are seeking an aggressive, zealous attorney.
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Swain Law is a female owned law firm that specializes in criminal law, and is looking to create a distinct and memorable logo that will be a reflection of the owner’s personality. It should have a modern feel that incorporates elements of aggressiveness, assertiveness, and professionalism, but with a splash of style. The logo should have a clean, bold look that isn’t flashy, but is also feminine in nature. Color scheme should be vibrant, but not bright or gaudy, and only uses a few colors. Imagine a female lawyer that has a flair for fashion in all aspect of her outfits, from makeup, to accessories, basically the complete opposites of a “dress suit”. We do NOT want any overly generic law symbols, unless they can be incorporated in a VERY creative way.
I'd like to see a stylish "lady justice". Try making a logo with her on a shield wearing a stylish turquiose dress, with some purple high heels...but done so in a professional, not trashy way.