I gave a very elaborate brief with 2 main points - I want to keep the dancers and yogi with an element of art and nature. The result was phenomenal! I immediately fell in love with the design. Thank you for the fantastic work and the attention to detail. I did not even need any changes to be made. While some designers veered off from my given color scheme, this was the one designer who used the right colors and made them all work together.
How KirstenHytopoulos started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Kirsten Hytopoulos Attorney Mediator
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a Collaborative Divorce attorney and mediator. My target audience is looking for an attorney or mediator who demonstrates a combination of strength and peacefulness, will be an advocate and a peacemaker. My clients are generally well educated, moderately well off west coast liberals.
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
I am attaching a logo image that I REALLY like. What I love about it is that it combines the idea of scales (like justice, the court) with the idea of mediator holding/being the scales. It's not harsh, cold or aggressive, and it's not too hokey, weak or feminine. I actually would like something very much like this. I'm not sure I care for the sharp highlights on the bowls, but open to different ideas. The colors I am interested in are bronze, ecru, taupe, laurel, lichen and moss (all in pale to medium tones). I think it might be interesting if there was dimensionality to the image portion of the logo, but I'd probably like to see both a flat and more dimensional option. I would like to incorporate my name "Kirsten Hytopoulos" and "Attorney - Mediator" (with probably a dot or other shape in between, but maybe an "&") Presumably my name would be more prominent than the other words.