DaCorsi, Placencio & Rumsey, P.C. Logo Design Contest

DaCorsi, Placencio & Rumsey, P.C. has selected their winning logo design.

For $400 they received 314 designs from 52 different designers from around the world.
Contest
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Denise
United States

What We Do

Botique law firm

Industry

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Trust
#2 - Skill
#3 - Innovative thinking

Our Target Audience:

All adults between the ages of 30-60. High income earners/entrapreneurs. Professionals and "A" type personalities.

Color Preferences

Only the initials of the firm for a logo can be created as well. Want to see use of full firm name in the logo somewhere if the initals are the focal point
No rainbow schemes

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

No tired Scales of Justice, Courthouse steps or lady libery concepts please. Want something that is edgy but yet does not convey risk.

Themes

Serious
Secure

Style

Wordmark

Stylized type that may include small abstract or pictorial elements.
Abstract Mark

Abstract shapes and symbols convey an idea or feeling.
Letterform Mark

A monogram usually consisting of 1-3 letters.
Emblem

A badge that usually envelopes the logo
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Applications

Web
Print

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Discussion

Discussion

Lindsey
United States
The answer to this question may help us design better concepts: In what area(s) of law does your firm specialize?
12 years ago
Denise
United States
Well, the firm has many practice areas so its hard to answer. Assume for purposes of the design that it caters to small businesses.

AND PLEASE--post as many questions, comments requests for clarification as you need or want! Thanks
12 years ago
Denise
United States
Also, dont be afraid that you have to be too "law like"..........if that helps. Serious, yes, law like--not necessarily.
12 years ago
Denise
United States
We have ben in the business since 1968 if you want to incorporate that into a design as well
12 years ago
Denise
United States
I am thinking that everyone feels that INITIALS have to be used. They dont. :)
12 years ago
Denise
United States
I like number one because it evokes the image of "listening" to clients. I like #3 because it evokes the image of going to the "top".....just some comments to spur some more creativity! :)
12 years ago
Denise
United States
The image of partnering with clients in #26 is very cool. I like the reference to 1968...........
12 years ago
Denise
United States
SO I have spoken with my partners and right now out of the three of us, we each have a distinct FAVORITE so if you are in the top 4 or 5, it is anyone's game. :)
12 years ago
Denise
United States
I will rerank tomorrow at 10am PST so my partners can check the new submissions out.
12 years ago
Denise
United States
All entries should have white backrounds please ;)
12 years ago
Source 52
United States
nice
12 years ago