The logo should combine 3 distinct elements:
(1) Cédric Goblet
The logo should help the relevant public to associate my name with the domain of ICT Law.
My first idea is that the acronym / expression “ICT” doesn’t appear in the logo. This information would come from graphic elements, clearly but in a very subtle way…
You may also propose logos with the letters “ICT”. I am open to your suggestions…
The logo should be available in 3 variants: French, English and Dutch. Concretely, the word “Avocat” may be replaced by “Lawyer” and “Advocaat”. If possible, a 4th variant would include the 3 languages: “Avocat Lawyer Advocaat”.
I would like to project a clean and modern image. The values I would like my logo to communicate are: professionalism, efficiency, trustworthiness, tailor-made services, creativity, dynamism, transparency, high-tech, modernity. I don’t want to appear as a conservative or too traditional law firm.
I don’t want any mark that relates to the law (scales of justice, court buildings, gavel…), or too obviously to ICT (computer screen, mouse…).
The logo should be integrated in the current design of my website : http://www.lexconsult.pro. Note that (in principle) the expression “Cabinet en droit des technologies de l’information et de la communication” will be suppressed (expression on the right of the current logo).
Two suggestions / ideas:
- My initials - letters C + G – may be used and combined to create a shape that evokes the information and communication technologies.
- My first name and last name contain the letters “ICT” (Cédric Goblet).
- The concepts of “information”, “communication” and “technology” could be expressed in an abstract way. For example, information is sometimes symbolized by a point, and communication by waves…Be creative...
I would reserve the blue color for details and for specific shapes. I wouldn’t write “Cédric Goblet” or “Avocat” in blue…
In general, I notice that I don’t like so much serif fonts…I prefer sans serif…
These are logos for law firms that I like:
See logos for J&N, Lipany & Partners and Antony Delaney
If you have any questions, just ask!
By advance, many thanks for your contributions.