Is was a pleasure working with Sophie. She came up with a great design and was always quick to provide additional concepts following our comments. Thank you for the great work Sophie!
friendly, nice to work with
Wonderful job! Thank you so much for your expertise!
My logos are exactly what I wanted...
Amazing! Our design is 100% what we had in mind - Thank you!
The designer was very professional, had attention to detail and followed every comment promptly. It was a great experience overall.
How ashley_martzen started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
"Martzen Real Estate Law" and/or "Martzen Real Estate Law PLLC" <--PLLC = State law requirement in certain situations
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I'm leaving a large law firm to start my own law practice. I specialize in commercial real estate law in Texas. My target clients are real estate investors and developers with decision makers in their late 30's to late 50's. My goal is to provide quality value and efficiency, with an emphasis on technology, without the overhead and fussiness / old world style of traditional law firms.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Attorney & Law
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the embossed texture and expanded text.
I like the graphic elements, but this is a bit too "techy" for my design.
I like the clever treatment of the R's.
Elegant, strong, clever, simple.
I like the colors and blurred background. Not sure that's a right fit for my law firm, but I like it.
I like the background all in shades of green.
I'm looking for something luxurious, sophisticated, but not cold/industrial/sci-fi and not stuffy / old / boring traditional law firm style. Modern, simple, but interesting and beautiful. I'm learning towards deep emerald green and/or deep cobalt / navy colors, with gold / black / charcoal / white accents. My favorite graphic shapes are square, hexagon, and triangle. I also like the idea of a photo turned into a monochromatic green or blue as a background, stylized, blurred, or something artsy. I'm wondering if there's a play on the "R" in "Martzen" (my last name) to start the word "Real Estate Law". See the Pinterest Page for initial ideas / inspirations: https://pin.it/mw33yftaky2qff Thank you!