Victoria was a pleasure to work with - a very talented designer!
I've worked at marketing agencies, and always gave the branding teams a hard time. How they let the client obsess over TINY details that no one would ever see.
Well, now I am that obsessive client.
I loved Victoria's design, but had font problems. My brand is unusual, so getting exactly the right font is important so that people know how to pronounce it.
I was photoshopping serifs onto fonts, telling Victoria to move this letter 14px left, the whole thing.
She made the process a breeze, and helped me significantly by finding a font that I didn't even know existed!
The entire process was wrapped up quickly and efficiently. I'm a very satisfied customer, and I would definitely hire Victoria again.
Liked design and would like to work further with designer.
Logo design process was great. The print media package elements social profile graphics were a little more challenging, and we will still have to do some of the work ourselves there.
- Adinda Thomas
Wonderfully creative - had vision I was looking fot
Incredible designer. Very easy to work with. I would defiantly recommend her work. Thank you.
- jodi C
How patmatson2002 started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Matson & (or "and") Matson, Attorneys--Advocates
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Law firm focusing on personal injury
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
See my attachment for current logo.
I'm looking for design of new logo, business card, letterhead and fresh branding for a well-respected law firm in Rome, Georgia. The firm handles small cases to complex personal injury cases. I want design style to be upscale and modern which is powerful, clean, crisp and memorable which we can also use in the building signage and for marketing materials. Please stay away from the tired often over-used legal logos of the "Scales of Justice", columns, gavels, etc