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I designed my card with the main goal of staying consistent with my website, particularly my logo and color scheme. I also wanted a clean look that showcased the information, trying not to be too busy or too boring. Self Designed using Template. www.vistaprint.com

I wanted a clean design with classic colors that showcased the logo. Self-designed with template from vistaprint.

I wanted my logo on the card.I like business cards that are fairly simple in design. Self Designed

I wanted a card that didn't scream "stuffy lawyer" so I went with a more modern colorful design from vistaprint I've since updated to include areas of practice on the reverse. Self Designed using www.vistaprint.com

We already had a logo, and recently added our tagline to all media materials. I wanted a "custom" look so enlisted my sister-in-law (a graphic designer) to mock up a card that fit with the rest of our marketing materials (in color scheme and format) Designer: Erin Kanoon www.etsy.com/shop/yourtimetoshine Printer: Vistaprint www.vistaprint.com

I wanted a pleasant looking card that had minimal but important information on the front, including my website. The other side has my name, address, and other information. Self Designed with Template by www.vistaprint.com

When I decided to be a solo attorney, I wanted a nonstandard business card. I thought this design reflected my style, and purple is just my favorite color! Self Designed using Template. www.vistaprint.com

I wanted to make something simple and easy to read,and also showcase the firm logo and the international focus of an immigration practice. Self Designed.

The color scheme follows our office interior decor. Self Designed.

I wanted a card that showed a bit of personality. I also wanted my philosophy of the practice of law to come through. That is why I added the words "Guidance, Support , Action" to the back of the cards. Designer-Stephanie Daly http://www.facebook.com/pages/S-Daly-Design/198273843579369

I started my own firm after 18 years in practice. I wanted something a little different t han the normal "scale of justice" type cards, and I like orange. I hired a graphic designer on elance.com to design the logo and business card.

Logo Design for Stubbs & Pedue, a law firm in New Bern, NC. Design by Nina Randone Graphic Design, www.ninarandonegraphicdesign.com #logo #type #initials

I had my logo professionally designed, then designed the card myself on UPrinting.com using the same color scheme. I got the idea for the contrasting stripe along the lower edge from other examples I saw on the same site.

I wanted the card to be a mini billboard for my plaintiff's personal injury practice and also be elegant. Self Designed.

I wanted a card with a clean and professional look. When it was time to update my cards I decided I needed to add my practice areas to t he card so that when I gave them out at networking events people would remember what I do. Designer: Steve Symmes

I wanted something clean, professional, and relatively modern. No scales of justice! Designer: Justin Watkins-www.jwatkins.com

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The logo was designed to convey the mission of Skidmore Law Group, L.L.C.; to provide its clients with exemplary service combining extensive knowledge, experience, skill and compassion in handling all types of criminal defense cases. Designer-www.griffinwebdesign.com