Terrific designer! Very creative and responsive. Keeps working down to the last detail. I highly recommend. ~ Lincoln Strawhun, Attorney at law
Loved the design and how accommodating the designer is. Very pleased!
- Nina French Design
Nina French is awesome to work with. She listened carefully to what I wanted and addressed all my concerns. She worked with me to tweak and finalize a design that I absolutely love. She demonstrated integrity in terms of the photos she used and her artwork is brilliant. Three words to describe Nina French: Creative, Communicative and Resourceful.
- Jo-Ann Carson
Cenjaya always is highly responsive and does excellent work.
How LOLS started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Law Office of Lincoln Strawhun, PLLC
What’s your company slogan?
The lawyer for your elder adventure
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
"Elder law" - legal services for seniors and people with senior issues (end of life, disabilities, need for long term care via medicaid, doing their wills and power of attorneys, trusts, mental incapacity, probate when someone passes away, securing VA benefits for war veterans, social security benefits). Target audience: seniors and their adult children. Frequently the adult child (age 30 - 64) initiates services because their elder parent (age 65 - 95) needs something.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Attorney & Law
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Please note: I'm not a fan of inputting initials into the logo. I'm not looking for "L" and "S" incorporated into generic font design pattern. Before I was a lawyer, I was a tour guide in Alaska. I like the metaphor of a legal tour guide. While the wilderness makes for good imagery (the woods or river or mountain or hills represents life's journey or a challenging situation..."I'm going to conquer this mountain..."), it does not have to be in the logo if you can think of something else like a sidewalk or path.
I like the image of a path or a bridge FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE PERSON ABOUT TO CROSS IT (not side to side). Mainly, I want to convey adventure and that I'm the lawyer who will help you find your way (whether you're lost in the in the legal wilderness or just winding down the road). A person's life is an adventure.
The logo can be whimsical but must be tasteful -- it is a law firm after all. Many elder law firms use nature to set a calming, tranquil tone. That's appropriate but I think there's room for a touch of vibrancy. I've included my picture to give you a sense of who I am. I'm funny, well-traveled, upbeat and try to be charming. Website is lincolnelderlaw.com but there is just placeholder content now. Thank you designers for your interest! I can't wait to see your designs. Please note: I'm not a fan of inputting initials into the logo. I'm not looking for "L" and "S" incorporated into generic font design pattern.