(Vocus) December 10, 2008
Wolferstans, the Plymouth based law firm soon to celebrate its bi-centenary, has unveiled a new look and branding, currently being rolled out through its offices and new website. The refreshed look has been designed in co-operation with design agency Bluestone360 who considered the 'brand values' of the firm and how these could be reflected in the final style.
Practice Director Max Goodison comments "Wolferstans has a high profile and a wide and loyal customer base in and around Plymouth, but people may not appreciate what a modern, efficient, and go-ahead firm we are behind the scenes. The new logo and branding give the firm a more modern look, turning our long-standing two-dimensional graphic into a three-dimensional version with perspective and lighting - still instantly recognisable, but more reflective of the firm we now are."
Whilst Wolferstans continues to operate out of its premises in North Hill, with a further office in Plymstock, over the past couple of years much behind the scenes work has taken place ensuring the firm stays at the forefront of legal services in Plymouth. Projects undertaken include the complete outsourcing of its IT infrastructure, the upgrading to latest case management and management reporting software tools, and preparations for Lexcel accreditation.
Paul Woods, Senior Partner, says "I hope people will like our new look. The colours, shapes and fonts used all send out a strong and positive message. We are a confident, modern, firm committed to getting the best possible results for our clients. We invest in able people and new technology to give an accurate, efficient service that is good value. This is the reality of Wolferstans now, and we believe this is reflected in the new branding."
The new website - http://www.wolferstans.com - complete with callback facility, has a 'frequently asked questions' page and a News section. Keen to build on its ongoing community and social support the firm will also launch a series of downloadable factsheets providing the public with information relevant to modern life and situations in which they may find themselves.
For further information contact:
Simon Whittam at SWPR