5 Pro bono Tips – Attorney and Law Logo Design

To be able to stand for yourself is a daily goal for everyone, however to stand for someone else is a different case altogether. An attorney and law logo design should captivate the stressful potential clients in need of legal assistance and assurance. After all ‘Service to man is service to God’. But proving your point via the logo design itself would not only be fruitful but in the long run would reap only benefits.

Attorney and Law Logo Design

  1. Images Used

Using images like 3 white pillars or a judge hammer or the blindfold justice sculpture is outdate. It still stands for the rights of citizens and equality but to be used in a logo design would lose the meaning of correspondence as every other law firm tends to have that image depicted. Nevertheless using these images as background for your website could be beneficial. Simple and straightforward font could reap all the benefits on one or two words.

  1. Color

White, Blue, Red and Green ensure satisfaction, trust and dependability. An Attorney and Law Logo Design may comprise of multiple colors as well, but the ‘right’ thing to do is to use one color for all. Even black and white would serve the purpose. Colors have to be subtle and not flashy as professionalism would draw trust and sensibility towards your brand.

  1. Style

Design inspiration collated online may be good for inspiration but not helpful for an overall final design. In order to be unique, design intuition and different patterns matter the most. Simplicity would help the complete logo for its communicative value, choosing a subtle style with only a few hints with the right font would definitely improve clientele via the logos corresponding attributes.

  1. Font

Sans Serif, Times New Roman and Calibri (Body) are all professionally sound fonts when it comes to designing an Attorney and Law Logo Design. Furthermore fonts on the business card, letter head and billboards appear all very different, so the more formal the font the better the presentation.

  1. Presentation

Overall, the complete set up with the Images Used, Color, Style and Font would bring out the professional image an Attorney and Logo Design would necessarily need.


Author: pixelslogodesign

David Watmore is a Marketing Executive by profession. He is a professional, responsible and qualified candidate and employee for Pixels Logo Design, associated with a team for logo and website design. He is known and celebrated for his creative concepts, fresh ideas and artistic imaginary work. He is a dedicated and committed designer to bring unique and custom concepts for client logo and website.

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