awesome man, really professional, totally got the concept too.
- Gavin Flynn
Good designer, very responsive to my questions and comments. Highly recommended.
How Vmcleod1 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Vonda S. McLeod, Attorney at Law
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a bankruptcy attorney, musician (metal/punk bands) and a slight techie. I need a business logo that can be used on letterheadand envelopes, my website (http://www.vmcleodlaw.com), favicon and business cards. I would like this to be a branding type of logo that will be instantly recognizable. My target audience is anyone in debt and most of my cases come from the web and referrals.
The logo/branding should be friendly and at the same time convey trust. I'm a bankruptcy lawyer and people who seek my advice are desperate, sad and embarrassed so the logo should be uplifting, however, gender-neutral (no scroll-y cursive monogram stuff). I absolutely do not want anything associated with traditional law firms like columns, gavels, scales, lady justice UNLESS it is used in a non-traditional, contemporary or unusual way. An example being lady justice wearing Chucks or playing bass. Those are terrible examples but I'm sure you get where I'm coming from. I want to be set apart from the stodgy country-club lawyers. See my website at http://www.vmcleodlaw.com to get a good idea about who I am and how the design must fit in. The web logo requirements state "recommended to use a 24/32-bit transparent PNG file. Your logo should also be proportionately resized before uploading."
Respect with unconventional attitude.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Attorney & Law
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