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In this episode Alix Devendra explains why lawyers need to learn and apply design thinking in their law practices. Design is just a process for creative problem solving, and lawyers building client-centered law practices need design thinking as well as legal thinking to build successful client-service models.
Your law firm website can be a great tool to capture prospective clients, but you need to make sure it follows some simple rules for success. Here are 10 tips to help make that happen.
Welcome to the new Lawyerist.com! I've spent quite a lot of time over the last three months under the hood of the site, and I’m excited to finally hand it over to you.
A great law firm logo should convey your firm's core values and be visually interesting. Here are some great examples.
Legal practice management software has come a long way, design-wise.
Legal software doesn't have to be ugly, clunky, and slow—but lots of it is.
All law-firm websites plans should be created with this one simple idea in mind.
I met Jason LaRivière, Clio’s new creative director, right before Clio unveiled its beautiful iOS app last year. I was impressed. Legal software is not generally known for being great-looking, but bringing LaRivière on board showed Clio was serious about changing that unfortunate-but-accurate trend. The iOS app suggested a redesigned Clio could not be far behind, […]
Logos are important visuals that aide a firm in being memorable and support reputation of a law firm. A few of the best law firm logos are compiled for inspiration.