Kevin Akers is a graphic designer with extensive experience in corporate identity
and logo development, packaging and collateral. His goal is to create imagery with intelligence and convey content with style,
a process he calls “Design with Personality.”

Having designed upwards of 100 corporate identities, he is well-versed in creating and implementing an effective brand.

Kevin is a graduate of California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo with a degree in Applied Art and Design.

His twenty-five years of experience in the field includes stints at several Bay Area design and packaging firms. He was senior designer with the international public relations firm of Burson-Marsteller.

Kevin established his design studio in 1993.

His interest in the magic of design prompted him to write and produce a book for Chronicle Books titled All Wrapped Up! - Groovy Gift Wrap of the 1960s. The book is a visual
survey of more than 400 wrapping paper designs from the swinging sixties.


Printed work, corporate identity systems and logo designs by Kevin Akers have gained recognition in several major design competitions.

Kevin Akers’ work has appeared
in a number of books including: 1,000 Greetings: Creative Correspondence Designed for All Occasions,
American Corporate Identity, Design 2K, Cool Cards
1 & 2, Creativity, Graphis Logos, Letterhead and Logo Design 11
& 12, The New American Logo, The All New American Logo, The Art of Creative Production, Pantone’s Guide to Communicating with Color, Print’s Best Letterheads & Business Cards and Print’s Best Logos & Symbols.
Kevin’s work has also been published in Art Direction Magazine, Australia’s Frankie Magazine, CMYK Magazine, Germany’s Page Magazine, How Magazine, How’s Self-Promotion issue and eleven volumes of
Print’s Regional Design Annual.

He was awarded the International Grand Prize in Appleton Papers,
U Be The Judge Competition for Outstanding Design.