I am leaving my current CPA firm and launching my own firm. I'm 43 and
aggressively looking to grow my practice. I'm not interested in
something that says "We are your stuffy, run of the mill CPA firm"
(i.e something in gold with lots of swirls). We have a broad range of
services, so adding a section in the logo which reads "CPA's and
Consultants" or "Certified Public Accountants" or "Certified Public
Accountants and Consultants" may be necessary. I like the motto
"Integrity in Everything We Do" also, so I'm not sure if there's a
way to work that in.
I will be using the logo, or variations thereof for a
new website, business cards, letterhead, mailing envelopes and likely
brochures or print advertising at some point in the future. As such,
it may be necessary to create a main logo and a simplified version
without the tag line/motto that's more graphic in nature that when
people see it, they will recognize the firm. Something incorporating
the initials "PC" (for Puckett & Clement) in a very creative way
would be cool. I would suggest you stay way from a bar graph type
design in the logo. Many people have tried it and it just looks very
The logo should incorporate a "P" and a "C" in some fashion to
promote brand recogition.
As noted earlier, I like a deep cobalt blue, but use your