Responds quickly, politely, and works swiftly. I'll be back if I ever need more work done.
MYXATA was very professional and responsive. Great to work with.
- F I K A
Love the design and working with FIKA! Prompt response to revisions. Thank you FIKA! Would absolutely use FIKA again.
- ‹‹ MNK ››
immer sehr professionell.
bin sehr sehr zufrieden, gerne immer wieder.
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How melissa3y started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Emery Law Office
What’s your company slogan?
Personal injury law personalized
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a boutique personal injury law firm that only represents plaintiffs for motor vehicle accidents in Kentucky or Indiana. This is a female owned firm. We respect each client as an individual and treat them as family. We want each client to feel valued as a person, not just a case.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Attorney & Law
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I like dark blue with gold. Would also consider a deep red. Grey or silver also look nice.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Clean, elegant yet warm and friendly feel. I like the mixed fonts
I like the color choices
Font, color and line under the name
I like the curves in the logo but don't like the font
I like the use of a tag line and the logo mid-name
I like the font here
What sets us apart from other firms is how personal and caring we are with our clients. We communicate with each client frequently. I want to convey our compassion without looking too soft to zealously represent them.
I would like a design that stands out from other personal injury firms. You can certainly use traditional legal items (scales of justice or gavel or books), but give them a twist - something that makes their use in my logo unique.
If there is any way to merge the scales of justice with a fleur di lis, I would like to see that as a potential design (Louisville's symbol is the Fleur di lis and that is where my office is located). I am open to any other ideas as well.
I like deep blue with gold lettering or just deep blue (almost a pewter blue bordering on navy blue) lettering / logo. A deep, rich red is also a possibility, but I tend to lean more towards blue.
After selecting a design, I intend to move the design into a brand guide and will be looking for a designer who is strong in both areas. As a brand new firm, I would like to find a designer who I can go to for future work (brochure work, creating mugs/shirts/ etc, customized client folders and website).