wanted law

Remarkable lawyers are always wanted.


Wanted Law was the outcome of the merging of two law firms. Both of them wanted to take the lead in modern advocacy. They contacted Say Hey asking to come up with a new name, create a unique communication and marketing style, and develop a next level website to support this.


What’s in a name

Our client gave us carte blanche for the name and brand. Out-of-the-box thinking, along with the slogan ‘Remarkable lawyers are always wanted’, resulted in a kick-ass name for a kick-ass company: Wanted Law.


A bold visual identity

A name like Wanted Law needs to be accompanied by the matching visuals. We combined a classic black and white look with striking flashy green accents as the ingredients for their new corporate identity. To enforce this unique identity, we used moving images (very short video clips) and a special style of photography.

Print & merchandising

This project didn’t only challenge our team on a digital level. We made several prints designs like name cards, stationery and brochures but also cool gadgets like markers, powerbanks, bags, socks and drinking bottles. With a name like Wanted Law, it's easy to create funny goodies like “Wanted socks” etc.

A picture says more than a thousand words, and a moving image will certainly engage your audience. These very short video clips perfectly suit their high end website and social media campaigns.


Law for the people

Their website serves as an open platform where you can access and even buy legal information. That’s why we created an all-inclusive, state of the art website filled with info videos (Wanted TV), tips & tricks (Wanted Facts), a huge database (Wanted Wiki) and a cool Wanted Webshop.


We focused on search engine optimization (SEO) and customer retargeting systems. Their website allows to create detailed buyer personas using the blog, shop and other pages.

We live in a digital world. If you want to make a difference, you need a unique yet strong battle plan that is five steps ahead of everybody else.