SoftwareMasonry got their new logo design by running a design contest:
Software Masonry "No bull**** software development" Logo
Check out SoftwareMasonry's Logo design contest…
Designer note: Please provide logo's WITH and WITHOUT slogan for comparison. Asterisks are not a firm requirement. Use any appropriate characters.Tagline: No bull***t software development
(Before submitting your designs, please be sure to read the contest discussion where I've provided some active feedback and slight changes. E.S.L. designers: If you are not familiar with the unsubtle meaning of "bull***t", you may want to do some research before making a submission.) I realize designing a logo for something like a software development business isn't sexy. So... make it sexy! Although we had a concept and color direction in mind, we're open to new ideas. Here's the biggest problem with about 95% of the software development firms in the US. They present their business as an authority in systems design or programming then turn right around and break some fundamental rules of application design. They start programming before the full requirements have been agreed to by the customer. As the project nears the end, they end up re-working miles of code in order to deliver what the customer actually wanted. Making this problem worse is that the owners of the programming shop end up lying to customers in an effort to "salvage" what they see are the redeemable parts of the relationship, while looking weak and unskilled in the eyes of the customer. About 60% of our business comes from repeat customers and word-of-mouth referrals. Businesses hire us (and keep coming back) to design new software or enhance existing systems because we do hardcore specs and prototyping before we write a single line of code. We do it right. We establish baseline customer expectations right from the start and everything we do on the project from the beginning to the end tracks directly to the initial spec. Our business customers like our approach because it removes every single ounce of uncertainty from a project as it matures. We have a "NO BULL***T" policy for every customer and every project. Now... design a logo for us that reflects this concept.
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US$ 299 Bronze package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo design starts at CHF 309.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their logo design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
SoftwareMasonry collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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