Litmus has created the corporate brochure and website for London-based solicitor Quastels. Both will be launched this week. Litmus was given a brief to produce designs that were both professional and contemporary. The use of abstract images and contrasting colours aims to give the brochure and website, www.quastels.com, a striking appearance. A spokeswoman for Litmus says: ‘We were asked to make Quastels look different from the plethora of conservative law firms.’ Litmus won the job following an unpaid creative pitch.
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