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Shekter Dychtenberg

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Production Time

2 weeks

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)

Flat: 16.5 × 19.5 in
Folded: 9 × 12 in

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Paper 110 Hanen Gloss Cover

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This folder for law firm Shekter Dychtenberg makes a point — lots of them. Using embossed dots to represent the variety of legal services available, the system communicates cohesion and attention to detail. The identity definitely resembles trends in pharmaceutical branding, but that’s a good thing for a firm focused on personal injury claims.

Shekter Dychtenberg LLP is a law firm located in Toronto which provides a variety of legal services to its clients. It is well known for its legal expertise and client service. As a top-tier law firm, Shekter Dychtenberg wanted to convey to its clients a brand that demonstrates the firm’s skill, expertise, experience, and confidence to manage their legal affairs.

Besides creating an entire identity for this law firm I designed visual communication materials such as presentation folders to store various presentation materials for prospective clients.

Shekter Dychtenberg has earned its reputation for winning precedent-setting cases in a variety of legal areas. To demonstrate visually Shekter Dychtenberg’s varied legal expertise, my design approach included the use of dots as the main elements to build a brand which would reflect their multiplicity of legal services.

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Jessica Mullen

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Jessica Mullen

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November 3, 2011


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