This is a logo design for a judicial scrivener’s office with a monogrammed symbol.
The initials “T” and “K” of the firm’s name were used as the motif for the monogram to create the logo.
The vertical lines of the “T” and the “K” are combined into a single line, and the two letters are fused together to create a crisp and elegant monogram. The combination of the two letters gives the monogram a stronger presence as a picture rather than a letter.
Underneath the symbol mark, a neatly designed logotype is placed, creating an overall well-balanced design with a sense of stability that is appropriate for the keywords “trust” and “peace of mind.
The original motif, made from the large letters “T” and “K,” stands out. It is an easy-to-understand design that anyone can understand as a logo using the initials of a judicial scrivener’s office. Judicial scriveners, a specialized and difficult national qualification, may not be familiar to the general public. However, if you have any problems, you will probably need help. There are many judicial scrivener’s offices out there, but you want to rely on one that can explain things in a way that is easy to understand for people who don’t have a lot of knowledge, and that will provide you with friendly advice. From the simple and easy-to-understand logo, it seems that we can expect a polite and easy-to-understand response.
The subtle gradation gives the cool blue color a gentleness that makes you feel at ease. “The two letters are drawn in as thin a line as possible, while the supporting parts are thick and firm. The two letters are drawn with thin lines, but the supporting parts are thick and firm, giving a sense of dignity and strength that makes you want to rely on them. It is a judicial scrivener’s office where you can follow up with solid expertise and feel secure in their kindness. This must be the kind of judicial scrivener’s office that you can rely on. The logotype, which includes a name that is easily recognized by everyone, gives the same elegant impression as the symbol mark.