AcCounsel is a web application that manages accounts and interactions between lawyers and their accountant.
so the name is a play on
Accounting: a detailed report of the financial state or transactions of a person or entity. eg. "an accounting of the estate."
Counsel: a barrister or other legal adviser conducting a case. eg.
"the counsel for the defence"
¿A qué sector dirías que pertenece tu empresa?
Tipos de logo a explorar
Para hacernos una idea de lo que representa tu marca, dinos qué estilos te gustan
the only idea we have come up with for a logo is an image of a person that is half lawyer and half accountant. We are more than willing to consider alternatives
An Accountant would look more generic than a lawyer. ie: they wear a tie. and possibly a suit, but not a wig etc.
i will attach images of barristers to somewhat explain what they look like here in Australia.
lawyers (specifically barristers) traditionally wear court dress similar to that worn in the United Kingdom. Queen's Counsel or Senior Counsel wear a black silk gown, a bar jacket, bands or a jabot and a horsehair wig with curls at the side and ties down the back. On formal occasions, they wear full-bottomed wigs. In addition Victorian Senior Counsel wear a black rosette hanging from the back of their gown. Junior Counsel wear an open-fronted black stuff gown with open sleeves and a gathered yoke, and otherwise wear the same outfit as Senior Counsel (other than full-bottomed wigs). Counsel usually wear dark trousers or striped trousers, or a dark skirt for female barristers.
please avoid a logo containing a gavel or set of scales. (these two images have been overused in the legal industry and are frowned upon as being antiquated or old fashioned)