When Geelhand & Barbaix merged with Huber & Crommen to form a new law firm, they needed an update of their logo and a new website. Because each maintained their own specialty (tax law for Huber & Crommen, succession planning for Geelhand & Barbaix) they wanted this distinction reflected in their graphic identity and in the structure of the website. I gave each division a different shade of blue and when focussing on one, the other would fade to the background. Spot varnish was used to accomplish this on the business cards and separate domains on the website.
Web development by Panache Studio