The Key was always quick to respond to any changes that I requested. I like his sleek, modern, forward design style. I would recommend the Key to anyone
Nice job. Quick turnaround on requested revisions.
- shawn hj
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We think our winning design captures the balance between corporate/high-end and wizardly/magical that we were looking for. It is simple and elegant. It was submitted very early in the process and with very little refinement, withstood the test of time and over 300 competing entries.
Working with Nell is great! Really crisp designs.
How scwilsonlaw started their stationery journey
Who are you known as?
LAW OFFICES OF SUZANNE C. WILSON
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Attorney & Law
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This office is a solo practice providing legal services focusing on Family Law and Criminal Defense (the practice is over 80% family law) in Oakland, California. I deal with issues such as divorce, child custody and child support, spousal support and property division. I also handle guardianships and represent children at school administrative hearings.
About 20% of my practice is in criminal defense. At the present time I handle misdemeanors which include traffic offenses (such as DUIs), theft, domestic violence, etc.
I enjoy working with people. I am a good listener and compassionate in my interactions with my client and others. I work hard to find the best solution to their problem.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I want a design for stationery (letterhead, envelopes and business cards) that is professional looking and not too bold. I prefer a rather understated appearance which at the same time is attactive and eyecatching.
I am not interested in colors. My stationery will be white or ivory and I prefer the print to be in black.
I am not looking for a logo. Just a practical, professional, eyecatching design that states my name and address. Please, therefore, show creativity in the font and name of the office.
Even though I am a lawyer, I want to avoid the cliches that many lawyers use (such as a scales of justice, a gavel, etc.)