Nathan D. Baney Attorney at Law, PLLC Logo Design Contest

Nathan D. Baney Attorney at Law, PLLC has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 300 designs from 28 different designers from around the world.
Contest

Designs by offbeatdesign

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#150
2nd

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#66
4th

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#209
New

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#232
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#229
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#208
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#65
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#141
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#119
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#142
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#140
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#290
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#289
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#288
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#286
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#285
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#284
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#256
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#255
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#254
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#253
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#252
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#258
Prefers others.

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#251
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#210
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#143
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#118
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#64
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#63
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Discussion

nbaney
United States
#64 & #63 Very cool use of the white space. Big fan. Also like the prominence of the "N"and the "B." Thank you for the submissions.
13 years ago
nbaney
United States
#64 Can you go just a little bit thinner with the line between my name and "attorney at law PLLC" Thanks, it looks great!
13 years ago
offbeatdesign
United States
How's this?

(This comment references Entry #118)
13 years ago
nbaney
United States
I like it bold though. The same thin, bold line you used for #66, unless its just a weird optical illusion and/or I just can't see straight. Great design, thanks for tinkering with it for me.
13 years ago
offbeatdesign
United States
Sorry, I thought you meant you wanted the line itself thinner. Now I think you mean narrower horizontally, correct?

(This comment references Entry #119)
13 years ago
nbaney
United States
:) I did want the line thinner, the horizontal length was good. I like the line thin and dark. If #64 is as good as it gets, that is fine. It's a great design. Thank you for the submission. You are very talented.

Nathan
13 years ago
offbeatdesign
United States
Nathan,

I can do anything you want to the line, just trying to figure it out ;). If the length of #64 is good what are you looking to do to the thickness of the line. You asked above for it to be a bit thinner which I did in #118, but you said that was too thin. If you can clarify I'll get you any changes you want. Thanks!

Jeff
13 years ago
nbaney
United States
Jeff,

You're going to think I'm nuts, but can you extend the line in #64 like the line in #140. I am having a hard time deciding between these two designs. I like the thinner letters in #140, but #64 feels more balanced given the size of the green space in the center of the "D" I don't know. What are your thoughts between these two, which one do you like better?

Nate
13 years ago
offbeatdesign
United States
I prefer the sans serif letters to contrast with the serif type underneath.

(This comment references Entry #142)
13 years ago
offbeatdesign
United States
Here's one with a thinner version of the logo

(This comment references Entry #143)
13 years ago
nbaney
United States
Could I get #64 with the line extended past the end of the lettering? Thanks. Thank you for playing around with the size in #142 & #143. I need to think about those tonight.
13 years ago
offbeatdesign
United States
Sure thing. Thanks!

(This comment references Entry #150)
13 years ago
nbaney
United States
Could I see #150 in a dark/royal blue? Thanks!
13 years ago
nbaney
United States
As to the recent rise of #66: a lot of my colleagues really like this one. Though a bit more traditional, it's starting to grow on me.
13 years ago
offbeatdesign
United States
Thanks!

(This comment references Entry #208)
13 years ago
offbeatdesign
United States
Equal emphasis to all initials

(This comment references Entry #232)
13 years ago
nbaney
United States
Hmmm . . . good point.
13 years ago