Allmand&Lee is a bankruptcy firm located in the Dallas/Fort Worth area of Texas. We are launching a website titled "The Truth About Bankruptcy". Due to state regulations and advertising laws, we must update the website before launch. It must be evident that the visitor is at a law firm sponsored educational site.
Consumers seeking information on bankruptcy and debt relief.
We ran a previous competition to incorporate two logos for use in our current website. We awarded a prize to a great entry, but we're not sure how well it will incorporate into the current site. The object of this contest is to have two separate logos represented onto the current design without combining the two separate logos. it is imperative that both logos keep their own individual branding and are not incorporated into one logo. We are also looking to tweak the current design as well. Keep in mind: the logo which reads: "Allmand and Lee" must be larger than the logo that reads "The Truth About Bankruptcy". However, our objective is to meet the State bar requirements of text size for Allmand & Lee without making it more prominent over The truth About Bankruptcy and interfering with its' message. We are looking for innovative designs that draw the eye towards the "Truth About Bankruptcy" brand. Clever ways to meet the requirement of having "Allmand&Lee" larger than the "The Truth About Bankruptcy" without creating an over shadow is recommended. Cleaning up the current page design is a plus, however, our other most important objective is to make the two "Call to action" ads on the right, below the header "cleaner" and more direct. Look forward to what you all can come up with!