We develop, deploy, and support a Legal Case Management software application for local government law offices. The application is called CityLaw (or CountyLaw, depending on the client). We developed it in-house and personally handle every part of the user experience all the way through user training. Our company is over 30 years old. The original application was built for DOS. In 2018 it will be built on HTML 5. Our team is small and fast. We have 80+ clients across the U.S. and when they request a change to the software, we can sometimes deliver in a matter of days. Custom development that's responsive to our client's present needs is what we do best.
The letter "C" is repeated in our company name. The concept of completing a circle - as a project lifecycle - might be interesting. Our ability to respond to specific client needs is central to our identity. We have personal lines of communication and organic processes that let us adapt to various client office requirements and politics. (We don't like the imagery of a chameleon, which tends to come to mind. We prefer abstract imagery to literal.)
Our clients are predominantly city and county attorneys leading offices with a large number of employees. They use our product because it's reliable, efficient and organized.
And because when they need something fixed or changed, they can talk to a real person who can make real changes quickly.
¿A qué sector dirías que pertenece tu empresa?
¿Qué colores quieres que tenga tu diseño?
Para hacernos una idea de lo que representa tu marca, dinos qué estilos te gustan
Diseño de inspiración
I like this one the most. Blends organic lines and digital edges. Easily readable.
The blue dots inside the architectural design suggest a blueprint and data.
Organic, strong, minimal.
Elegant, minimal. The "E" can be separated from "Entio" and still be recognizable.
Clean and elegant representation of something organic. I like the idea of bringing order and control to chaos. I don't like that it's understated, though. We want a stronger presence.
Easily readable. The wolf can be separated from the word and still be recognizable.
Clean, minimal. It's a too friendly, though. It feels like a social media logo, which is not us.
I just like the image above and the company name below. I also think the font combination is interesting.
Readable. The abstract image can be separated from the company name and still be recognizable.
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