noah.messing got their new logo design by running a design contest:
Legalwriting.com : training seminars for law firms and judges
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It doesn't need to be, but the website is legalwriting.com and I'd be fine including it or not
Attorney & Law
Law firm administrators who hire consultants to train lawyers Lawyers Judges Maybe something with building blocks spelling out the letters L and W? Ie the building blocks of great writing and persuasion? A lot of people have used three stripes/lines that make a W and, more subtly, an L. These are okay, but the L isn't legible enough. Two ideas: 1. Perhaps stretch the lower left corner of the left-most stripe so that it's a right angle? Or so something else to make the L more eligible. 2. Can the right-most swoop become the "L" in Legal and the three swoops together form the "W" in Writing? A couple other thoughts: I'd like the stripes to somehow convey progress. One idea that no one has built on yet is to have the three stripes becoming fuller over time--as if filling up with water/knowledge/various symbols of law. I'd also like to see the stripes/swoops converge so that the three objects connect at the right-most point. Some random ideas that might work: perhaps Lady Justice peeking, as if to gain extra knowledge: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/--leWjmKxI_Y/UxeRRkHaLfI/AAAAAAAAA8k/r2eS-_ia-QY/s1600/Lady+Justice+peeks.jpg Or holding her blindfold, removed, in one hand and a pen, raised, in the other. I'd love to convey some combination of growth/learning/flow/confidence/development/talent/persuasion (especially persuasion!/simplicity/clarity/transparency). I'm less drawn to scales of justice. Also dark blue-grey combos look less appealing to me, in general, than multiple-shades-of-blue or light-blue-and-grey. I'm also totally open to your creativity; so far, no one has really branched out from blue-grey except for one torquoise-indigo combo that looks great. Thanks!!! Maybe something conveying a spellbound judge? I generally favor very simple designs unless the logo is really good: I'd love a nuanced/sophisticated design, but barring that, I lean toward the simple and elegant. The following link probably won't produce the winning idea, but I like this image and the idea that my advice is comprised of a bunch of points. http://api.ning.com/files/DtcI2O2Ry7DPOMF5L-ZvLwLEHabCbPG8uEdnH3ii6L43zsiV6n7gZ8D81KgToxZ1Nm6JPOFsShifkUxmOZIqd3C20iWbfLE-/1082100729.jpeg
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors: Blues: Knowledge, trust, calm and honesty. Light neutrals: Purity, balance and sophistication. Let designers make suggestions:
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Did an awesome job! I have a relative who is a professional designer but who didn't have time to do this job for me. He told me that this design was as good as I could have gotten from any American designer and that for $795 it was an unbelievable deal.
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