What an amazing designer! I really enjoyed the work. It was fast, uncomplciated and the design was more then awesome at the end. Can't wait for the next projects! Really Really good work! :)
How jbnG started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Law Office of James Newell
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
My law firm helps sophisticated people and small businesses with real estate, small business and estate planning matters. My target audience is politically progressive, outdoorsy, well-educated and sophisticated early adults to older people.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Attorney & Law
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
My logo should to convey creative thinking, sophistication, luxery and, above all, intelligence. I'd like my logo to an element of hand-drawing that reflects the local natural landscape in or around the city in which my law firm is based, Boulder, Colorado. Hand-draw logos and designs convey a sense of quality, uniqueness and localness that cannot be mass-produced. I want to convey that sense of localness and quality. The logo should be sufficient in only black, white and grey although a version in color as well would be helpful. My wife's logo for Royal Arch Homes is attached and should be helpful in conveying somewhat what I'm looking for. In my opinion it's the nicest logo I have ever seen (it was created by Agi Amri here on 99designs). I want my logo to be a little different and a lot more interesting than the vast majority of the standard ones that I see all the time. Perhaps by incorporating a silhouette of the Flatirons (photos are attached), which are the most iconic natural features in Boulder, or maybe a silhouette or outline of the Diamond on Longs Peak (photos are attached), which is the sheer, solid granite north-east face the highest point in Boulder County and sole fourteen-thousand foot peak in Rocky Mountain National Park, or maybe something else that reflects Boulder. I'm open to ideas so, please, use your creativity!