The 10 best holiday e-cards so far. From 6 countries.
I already complained about the Lame Law Firm Holiday Cards, and vowed not to create another competition for the best law firm holiday/Christmas cards; I’ll leave that to the Above The Lawguys.I promised to show a nice selection, including some favorites. Here are ten good choices (12 actually), from the US, UK, Canada, Luxembourg, Eastern Europe, and Australia. They show that you can be creative and effective without spending a fortune:
Holy crap. A little bit country? A little bit rock and roll? I always love Procter Heyman’s annual e-cards. Are those their lawyers dressed up like KISS and country singers? I wanna party with these guys — Kurt, call me.
Another perennial holiday-card favorite, Haynes & Boone, did it right again this year. Wow. This is the third straight year they played off of their business cards, which can be risky if it looks commercial rather than magical. Yet again, it’s beautifully done and actually worth watching. Kudos to Kathy Gutierrez.
Here’s another cute…
Oh, wait, those are MY kids:
Janis Nordstrom sent me her card from “Central and SE Europe’s” Wolf Theiss, which always finds a way to showcase their global offices along with the holiday message, here with slightly animated postcards and a half-dozen different languages:
Australia’s Marsdens firm has a nice, simple design, no animation, just a simple “Merry Christmas.” But I wish they hadn’t included a link to their “great testimonials.” We should stay VERY far away from commercial messages in holiday cards:
All in all, not a bad selection.
All images copyrighted by the respective law firms.
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