Port Angeles graphic designer receives national recognition for law firm's logo
Laurel Black. (Click on icon below to see her award-winning logo.)
Laurel Black Design, 2013
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Graphic designer Laurel Black said her design for Ripley Law Firm was selected from more than 8,000 submissions.
For nearly five decades, Black said, Graphic Design USA has sponsored annual design competitions that spotlight areas of excellence and opportunity for creative professionals. Fewer than 15 percent of submitted designs are recognized.
Ripley Law Firm at 618 S. Peabody St., headed by principal Ted Ripley, provides estate and legacy planning services to people and organizations. Ripley chose Black to rebrand the firm to increase community awareness.
“I appreciated Laurel's experience and point of view,” Ripley said. “She took us through a process that was both enlightening and productive.”
The Ripley logo and others that have received American Graphic Design Awards recognition in past years can be seen at www.laurelblack.com.
Last modified: October 06. 2013 6:30PM