Good design convinces better than a thousand words

We believe in images. We love "at a glance" and enjoy the "aha-erlebnis". A legal designer can reduce the most complicated pleadings to a compelling visual.

Legal design contributes to a brighter world, without the fine print

It's 2022, and thus high time for new tools. We believe that visuals make the world a more beautiful place. Because even though good text is so functional, fine print rarely is.

The law is for everyone

Simple, if it can be simple. Easily understood by laymen. Accessible. With that thought, we shape the law.

Less talk, more action

Not writing, but designing. We don't talk about it too long, we show it.

Legal design makes everything clear

A clear design creates transparency. A good illustration, a clear decision tree, a well-structured contract: legal design makes it clear. Clients, colleagues and judges will thank you.

Legal design gives law its most effective form

Legal designers are the clarifiers of law. With clear visuals, law is given the most effective form it deserves. More beautiful and evident than you can achieve with words alone.

Legal design increases the imagination

You can think of us as legal imagineers; with the endless creativity of design and a rich imagination, anything is imaginable. Good design helps the imagination of judges, clients, colleagues, consumers: of everyone who faces the law.

Legal design makes the law work for you

No client comes to a lawyer to complicate his case. No manager goes to "legal" for an illegible contract. We are there for them, for all those lawyers who want to use the law for what it is made to do: to solve problems, not to cause them. Legal design makes the law work for you.

Legal design makes the world less juridical

The expression "to write is to delete" does not seem to apply to lawyers. Contracts tend to expand; rules attract more rules. When the forest of rules has grown thick, legal designers can cut, prune and mow until we can see the forest through the trees again. Less is more? Certainly! Fewer rules lead to more clarity.

Legal design fights unnecessary complexity

Because it can often be simple.