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    HEy I need some help coming up with a COOL and EDGY logo for this Firm


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    My advice, keep it simple. It doesn't need to be anything OTT. A nice typography can do wonders! I would also make it so it's vector format (illustrator) often logos need to be resized.
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    Talkfreelance is right. Keep it simple and clean. Sometimes a font based logo alone can be the clearest and most memorable. If they intend to use the logo for other purposes than just a website (letterheads etc) you should really avoid the use of images.
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    It's too much to focus on. Ask yourself, would you want people to remember your name or images? Remembering someone's name is powerful and important. Your logo is too far out. Keep your client name text description closer! Lose the images!

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    I tried to lose the Images... as a matter of fact everything I have learnt tells me NOT to use them, however this client insists on the images begin there

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    A logo is usually vector-based; i.e., it does not have extreme detail through bitmaps and can be easily recognized at nearly any scale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by foodbiz
    I tried to lose the Images... as a matter of fact everything I have learnt tells me NOT to use them, however this client insists on the images begin there
    it doesn't matter what we said, as long as your client is very happy with his/her logo.

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    Just take what the images are trying to convey and convert it to a simple vector logo. Also, a serif type might fit a lawyer's business better.
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