Robert J. Malloy, Esquire, P.C. Logo Design Contest

Robert J. Malloy, Esquire, P.C. has selected their winning logo design.

For $475 they received 187 designs from 16 different designers from around the world.
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rjmalloylaw
United States

What We Do

We first listen to the reasons why clients contact us (we ask lots of questions as well as ask for information), then, we identify both the legal (as well as the personal issues involved), so we can obtain, organize and analyze all the relevant information to try and resolve that problem.

Industry

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - A visual representation of the change from disorganization to organization
#2 - Showing that all issues involve legal issues and personal/emotional issues, as though they are parallel or concentric circles
#3 - A symbol of good judgment from experience, so that the above two things can get accomplished

Our Target Audience:

The audience would be someone who has an issue which has not been resolved (like a difference among the beneficiaries in an estate) or someone who is trying to take an action (like sign a contract or form a company).

Color Preferences

Our colors are grey with deep red

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

I thing those three things are pretty good, and probably enough of a challenge.

Themes

Simple
Colorful
Classic
Secure

Style Inspiration

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Discussion

Discussion

rjmalloylaw
United States
The designs are very conservative. I would be interested in more expansive ideas. Thanks
3 years ago
rjmalloylaw
United States
The two designs which incorporate a symbol are getting the idea. How can the symbol show what we do?

Thanks again for the ideas. It's a good process.
3 years ago
rjmalloylaw
United States
The symbol can be a larger part of the logo. It should try to capture that idea of disorganization, changing to organization. Thanks for the submissions.
3 years ago
rjmalloylaw
United States
How can you represent disorganization? Maybe out is random dots or squiggly lines. Perhaps the company name sits on top of the messy part and the design changes to have harmony above the name. It shows the transition.
3 years ago
rjmalloylaw
United States
I appreciate the opportunity for dialogue. Thanks.
3 years ago
rjmalloylaw
United States
Maybe think of something that is a stretch from the other designs. Let's see. Thanks for all the ideas.
3 years ago
rjmalloylaw
United States
anOra gets the idea. From disorganization to organization. The colors represent the legal problem and the emotional problem. They get coordinated and harmonized. Perhaps the emotional side is even more difficult to manage.

Can the firm name be the change, visually, between the chaos and order?
3 years ago
rjmalloylaw
United States
The submissions are getting better and better.

I wonder if the firm name can be place in between the chaos and order, to show things from left to right?
3 years ago