I am a attorney in Mobile, Alabama. I am huge user of technology in my profession and I have clients of all income levels and walks of life. I love the Law and enjoy talking, debating and using my information for my clients advantage...
here is a brief excerpt from my bio:
As a practicing attorney, Scott started out managing the Mobile office of the Birmingham-based Trimmier Law Firm where he primarily represented Alabama credit unions. In 1998, Scott was invited to speak at Honor’s Day at Baker High School to the junior class and exiting seniors and gave a speech entitled “Choosing Your Destination.” Not long after that in 1999, Scott became an associate attorney with a large multi-state personal injury law firm of over thirty lawyers where Scott recovered millions of dollars for his clients handling primarily injury claims and also some death matters. During his time with this firm, Scott handled hundreds of personal injury cases, mostly automobile accident cases involving injury. In June of 2005, Scott started the law firm of Scott Soutullo, PC and in his solo practice, Scott continues to represent people from all walks of life who have been injured and the families of those who have been killed in situations involving negligence.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Because of the nature of my work I have young and older clients, and they are are different income levels.
Male & Female
Income levels (20,000 - 2,000,000 a year)
I want to be sen as a very modern, progressive, techno savvy attorney
Type Setting of name
Name of font used (final version will need to be editable)
Mark created to work with typeset name
2 - 3 color version
I have used Bank Gothic in the past...like the modern look of it but see it often. Please show me some modern faces that have a tech feel.
I have used two Japanese L's (see attachment) to form a box for years. It's plain and flat, that is why I am posting on this site. I would like to refine this look into a graphic strong MARK. The Japanese L's (which look a lot like English L's) came from a long story that no one would understand. Here is the purpose:
The 2 L's inverted to form a BOX: and my clients like my statement:
I THINK OUTSIDE THE LEGAL BOX
I know it's cliche, and over played but it works.
Here is my vision:
The box having some 3 dimensional qualities. Not Lightwave looking 3 dimensional but optical illusion-like 3 dimensional. I need to see some design variations to direct more.