Important, please take note of all of the following points:
In our opinion most corporate law firm websites simply box tick the requirement for a website. They are bland, without character, cliché in almost every respect (ie. show too many pictures of people in suits, people writing on documents, books in the background, the justice scales, shots of corporate tables and chairs) and lack creativity. We do not want a website than is like most other corporate law firms.
We want something completely different, edgy and above all creative. It must create a first impression that sets us apart from the rest of our competitors. However, there is one catch - we do still require a 'high end' corporate look/feel given most (if not all) of our clients are corporate investors. Many of the projects that we provide services for cost upwards of $10 million, so it is important to have an image that represents an entity that services this character of client.
Fonts: use either of these fonts for our corporate name and headings (and if you wish the body text): Futura, Montserrat Regular
Photographs: please feel free to use images from Australia (Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra) and from China (Guangzhou, Beijing, Shanghai).
Other: please keep the site clean and simple, avoid unnecessary graphics/flash.
The site must be adaptable to all browsers, platforms and devices (mobile, tablet & desktop), preferably responsive. An equal amount of users will be interacting with this site from laptops and desktop as well as from other (mobile) devices.
Examples of law firm websites that we do NOT like: