This designer captured my brief and brought my vision to life! I requested a few small revisions and the results are fantastic. Highly recommended!
- embun suci
Professional & prompt. Excellent to work with.
- jwatson 6
Great job! Attentive to our needs. Would definitely work with this designer again!
I love the idea of connecting the hamsa hand with the initials and creating a stylish cool but also warm and inviting logo.
How Adeqvata started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We're a Swedish law firm specializing in business law and GDPR - the European general data protection regulation. In other words, we help businesses with their contracts and make sure they treat your personal data right!
Adeqvata is the archaic spelling of the Swedish word adekvata, which is used to describe things that are adequate - like our advice. We believe legal help should be kept as simple as possible. Lagom, to quote another Swedish word. We hope that these values can be conveyed through designs which are modern and minimalistic. Reliable.
We're looking for the next company logotype. We're not looking to be associated with imagery that is stereotypically ascribed to lawyers, such as scales, gavels and similar. We believe you can create something based around our name instead of imagery related to the business we conduct.
We're excited to see what you can come up with!
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Attorney & Law
Other color requirements
These are just suggestions: #eef1fa, #3a3a3b, #9e9881, #7086a7, #2f4974
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We're looking for logotypes with minimalist and modern designs. Imagery built around the visual representation of our company name or abstract shapes are welcomed. We could see ourselves liking designs combining woodmark and pictoral mark styles. The colors chosen is only a representation of colors we like and you do not necessarily have to feel bound by them.
Good examples of what we consider to be great looking logotypes can be found by searching for the law firms Setterwalls or Mannheimer Swartling.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, we're not looking for logotypes that are busy, loud, overly colorful or built around items or animals.