designer was extremely flexible and helpful with both original design alterations, as well as following hand over. Positive experience and I'm very happy with the final product.
Erge99 came up with a very nice, dynamic design and responded quickly to all my changes - and was always patient with my sometimes slow response. I can only rate Erge99 very highly.
Great concept to start with. Then very flexible to accommodate reasonable adjustments to the winning design. Highly recommended!
Jalalain is a creative, skilled and hard working designer. Very patient and willing to work with you until you are satisfied. Always nice and professional. A pleasure to work with. We love our new logo!
How EJC started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Emil Chernicky & Sons Builders, Inc.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We build new homes in Erie, PA. We also do remodeling and large additions. The majority of our work is residential
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We build homes for people mostly ranging from their 30's to 60's. We are known for high quality work and fair affordable prices. Not the cheapest and not the most expensive.
We have been in business since 1959. I am the third generation in the business and I am 32. I like to play up the age of the company so I do like classic designs, but on the other hand I do like the modern designs so I could go either way on that.
Our company vehicles and signs have been dark green with gold lettering for the past ten years. We recently updated our website and cards with a newer logo that never really felt right. It is on a tan back ground. Our newer trucks and signs will be a tan background. Specifically Ford Pale Adobe for the vehicles. The logo should work with that color.
I don't want a logo that looks gaudy or cartoonish.
The attachment shows a picture of our previous logo on the left and the logo we currently use on the right.