gabriel isaac was not good.... he was OUTSTANDING in providing me not only with top notch quality work, but also design revisions in such a quick manner. he listened to exactly everything i had to say, and made it come to life. he is extremely creative, very artistic, and his submissions never disappointed. my toughest choice was to pick from all of his design submissions. consistently i found myself ranking them higher than any other submissions. very pleasant, very timely, very flexible, this was my first contest on 99D, and im glad that gabriel isaac was a part of it. his involvement made my experience easy and fun. many thanks gabriel!! Richard Jaffe
was really great to work with.
Was great to work with, was quick to respond and tweaked the design when asked. i highly recommend him to anyone looking for a great design! -Ryan Bennett
How Attorneymedic started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Injury Law Daytona
What’s your company slogan?
Richard S. Jaffe, Esq.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
a law firm that represents victims suffering personal injuries from negligence and medical malpractice. small enough to give personal attention, sophisticated enough to accomplish more than other firms with technology, professional enough to convey core values of the practice of law (honesty, integrity, tenacity). target audience is victims of negligence.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Attorney & Law
Other color requirements
earth tones, such as brown, soft green, etc. but i am open to all colors.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
i am NOT fond of incorporating the scales of justice or other types of generic legal symbols such as a book or a gavel. although i am open to 'artsy', i would like for the words not to get lost in the art. i feel particularly drawn to the two styles that i attached, namely, the 'brickell law group' and the 'ivy worldwide'. i like the 'simplicity' and 'clean cut' characteristics of both. the words stand out. i would love to have something like the 'ivy worldwide' but i am not optimistic i can find something that would fit the professionalism needed for a law firm. i hope you prove me wrong! in a perfect world, i love to find a way to include 'Injury Law Daytona' or "InjuryLawDaytona.com' since that is going to be the name of my website. and i also have to incorporate my name and the fact that im an attorney. some things might fit better than others, so for instance, for my name you can use Richard S. Jaffe, or Richard Jaffe, and i also have to let my audience know im a lawyer, so a phrase like 'attorney at law', or 'personal injury attorney' or 'injury attorney' or 'law office', or somethign of the sort. in case it helps in design, my law firm will be in the state of florida. a 'modern' look is nice, but please be so very kind as to try to stay away from a 'youthful' look.