pgauld got their new stationery by running a design contest:
Letterhead for legal archiving company
Check out pgauld's Stationery contest…
I am seeking a very simple letterhead image with the words comprising the company name forming the image. Not too many frills here please. This can, and should, be very very simple. Understated.
What's your vision?
Desired Color Scheme: see main description Desired Style: see main description above Accepted File Formats: vector, gif, & see main description I am attracted to the style where the words are placed in \"box\" or \"ribbon/banner\", with lines separating the groups of words. The company name is \"Legal Archiving & Document Technologies\". These words must be used, with the ampersand. For example, the word \"Legal\" could be in the top line/box, the words \"Archiving & Document\" in the second, and the \"Technologies\" in the third. The middle line might have a larger font to draw attention to the main activities of the company. It should be very simple, elegant and solid. No frills, as this is support for the dry world of law. I don\'t really want any images/pictures, mainly the words of the company name encapsulated as described above. But the company is introducing some technology to the law, so just a very small design hint of this may be appropriate. Very small, sublte hint. I think a \"business\" blue background with white letters would be fine. I would also like a version in, say, a grey, so that I can place it in a word processor and print in on a mono laser printer. I have a basic example in Word format in the event that anyone wishes to see my basic idea. And a good no frills, solid professional font. The file formats I am not sure of. But a vector image so that it can be scaled would be good, and and an image file that can be placed into a word processor, like Word. The images should be such that I can give to a printer if necessary to print professionally.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Stationery starts at $269.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their stationery.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
pgauld collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
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And then… they selected a winner!
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