Very impressed with Aboomar. Not only was the time taken to fully understand what I was looking for, the communication and response time was great! Highly recommend.
Creative designer and quick to come up with modifications.
Delivered a design that was accurate to the brief, whilst also giving us creative suggestions. Very responsive and helpful throughout the whole process.
How M-L Masonry started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
M-L Masonry Inc.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a mid-sized commercial masonry company working primarily with concrete masonry block as well as brick. We perform both structural work (think brick walls of a fire station or block walls of a Costco) as well as purely aesthetic work. We lay block/brick using concrete & mortar. A few primary tools (stereo typical/easily identifiable to our industry) used are a trowel and scaffolding.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Love the graphic!! Can tell who they are, what they do just by the picture. It is also very creative but simple/straightforward at the same time. Like the strong bold color but the simplistic font type/sizes. Creative with a purpose.
Like the typography as well as an easily identifiable, recognizable graphic. Incorporates appropriate color scheme for the business
Love the strong graphic--can tell who they are just by the picture. It is also very creative but simple/straightforward at the same time.
like that it is simple and straightforward, slightly more organic than other examples we've provided. The picture of the nest beneath the wording is clear and simple without being too "on the nose" or childish.
Actually chose because this is a good example of what we don't want to see happen for us. The "strong" look of the graphic is appealing but the "Z" seems to have nothing to do with the business name.
Love the graphic--implies quality/luxury, can be used to communicate for the company/identify the company without the company name having to be shown. You could have a hat with just the crown and you'd know who/what it is.
Enjoy the less traditional layout, utilizes different sizes, font types, shapes and has a more creative/organic feel while still appearing strong, slightly more masculine.
Came across this on 99d blog article. LOVE the creative graphic that speaks for the company. The idea of creating "something out of nothing" like stone soup and then having a symbol that articulates that principle and evokes both design and professionalism is great.
Enjoy the color and way the company name is captured by the graphic.
Great logo, good use of color, easily identifies/associated with the actual company. Can be embroidered, screen printed, used on business cards, websites etc and will still be identifiable.
We recently purchased this business from the retiring married couple who ran it for the past 25 years. It was very "mom and pop" owned and operated, utilizing very little technology. We are looking to modernize and update--essentially re-brand ourselves to be a much more professional company, starting with a logo. As we look at examples on 99d, we are drawn to a logo that includes a graphic that is completely self explanatory. Meaning, there is a graphic that communicates who we are & what we do without ever seeing the company name--although we do want the name incorporated. We also would love to see logos that are creative, professional, eye-catching for social media, online, letterhead etc but that also are simple enough for screen printing, embroidering, svc files etc because we provide high visibility clothing, hats, hard hats, water bottles etc for our employees. Also, we don't have a specific slogan but do we do use the words "Safety, Quality, Production" as we set goals and make decisions. Don't necessarily want them used in the logo but gives you a deeper idea of who we are. We need something appropriate/simplistic enough for being a construction subcontractor but sophisticated and professional enough to represent us to the architects, investors and engineers we work with on a daily basis.