Amazing design in the end and the designer was so patient and created many versions. Would use this designer again!
The best logo out of approx 40 designers. Also very helpful in changing some color details and fonts! We are happy.
- adek bayi
adek bayi is a very talented designer who produced a number of impressive designs. We couldn't be happier with the one we ultimately chose. We wouldn't hesitate to work with adek bayi again. Thanks for the great work.
- Pratama fadhil
Awesome design sense and speed.
Thank you for this!
Lightning fast communication and professional work!
How AJ Clarke started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
“Akorakali” and/or “Ai” which is the decided abbreviated version.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Akorakali is a web design think-tank dedicated to innovative research and content driven brand and website creation.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Akorakali is an Arawak (native tribe of the Caribbean) term that signifies thunder/thunderbolt/thunderstorm. It was also selected as it incorporates the CEO’s name (Aliko). In this vein, the design of the company’s logo must include a thunderbolt and/or thundercloud. The colours (dark blue – black/purple/silver) were chosen as they convey a storm brewing – parallel to the idea that Akorakali is a powerful, brooding think tank. Given that the word “Akorakali” is long and may be difficult to incorporate into a logo, “Ai” is an acceptable shortened version to represent the company name.
Update #1 - We are pleased to see some beautiful entries, however please be creative, especially when incredibly popular designs like the Winamp logo already exist.
Update #2 - The attached handdrawn logo is just a suggestion and one possibility but please do not let it limit the creative direction of any entries.
Update #3 - As implied above, we are hoping for an "emotion" of storminess. Perhaps in the shading of the cloud, or the jaggedness of the bolt etc.