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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
Weiss Kunz & Green, LLC
What is your industry?
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
I would like a PROFESSIONAL and MODERN feel, that also says APPROACHABLE
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
Probably text only, however, I would be open to an image. I think that the scales of justice are overplayed. The handshake is overplayed. The gavel is overplayed. But something that says lawyer without being cliche. This is why we may just want text only, but I'm not sure.
Do you have any other info or links you want to share?
I really like the way Katz & Stefani does their name on their website (katzstefani.com) and I also REALLY like how Momkus does their name with the image in back (www.momlaw.com/). Keep in mind I want to downplay use of the LLC in our firm title. So either make it really small or kind of secondary from everything else. Again, that's why I like the momlaw site. I imagined that Weiss Kunz would be on top and & Green, LLC would be on bottom, but again - I'm open to ideas. Kinda like:
& Green, LLC
I also like the idea of doing something neat with the Ambersand and/or the G in Green. Make them big and pop. Or make the G in Green big and pop...
We are a family law firm that does a lot of divorce - not sure that matters. Color wise, I was thinking Black or Grey, but I'd be open to blues or a gem green (not forest green or puke green) or some gold.
Here is an example of a logo I do NOT like: www.mlmlawoffice.com/
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