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Jakarta Logo Submission

Revision as of 13:34, 19 March 2018 by Webmaster.eclipse.org (Talk | contribs) (Merge edit by Kzr.jp.fujitsu.com)

If you'd like to submit a new logo for Jakarta EE, feel free to submit it to this page for review. Please provide a copy of the graphics and information on how we can contact the submitter.

If your design is selected you will be required to assign ownership of the artwork to the Eclipse Foundation.

The deadline for submissions is 21-MAR-2018, 5pm ET.

Design Brief

Describe what your organization or product does and its target audience:

Jakarta is the new name for the technology formerly known as “Java EE” or “J2EE”. This software platform is used worldwide to power business-critical software systems in all types of enterprises. In the future, Jakarta will be the brand which will take this technology to the Cloud.

This mark will be used in a wide variety of things - small logo on printed flyers, certification mark used on websites, logo on clothing, etc. Please make sure it is clean, crisp and easily readable.

As well, please make sure this logo works in monochrome and full color.

Target audience: Developers, software architects, software executives, enterprise executives, DevOps/IT specialists, global audience.

Keywords: Cloud native, innovation, platform, professional

Color: No gradients. The designer can choose any color they'd like. Needs to work in full color, black on white, white on black and monochrome.

Orientation: please have a version of the logo with the wordmark on the right and well as one with the logo above the wordmark

Select your industry: Technology

Is there anything else you would like to communicate to the designers?

We do not want this logo to have any connection to the Java coffee cup, Apache or Apache Jakarta, island of Java, Eclipse, or the city of Jakarta, cannot say 'Java' or reference 'JEE' and nothing whimsical

Best 2 designs chosen from 99 Designs



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Community Logo Submissions


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Sawamura, Hiroki - sawamura.hiroki@jp.fujitsu.com


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Jadon Ortlepp - jadon.ortlepp@payara.fish


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Ryan St. James - rstjames@tomitribe.com>


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Richard Monson-Haefel - rmonson@tomitribe.com Description: This is a Siberian Tiger. It has nothing to do with the Island of Java, Jakarta, Apache, Eclipse, or coffee cups. Javan Tigers are extinct. They are dead. We killed them all. No Javan Tigers here. Nothing to see. The logo shows a Siberian Tiger. The Jakarta EE logo can have an expanded pallet but the color uses here is red and dark red (#ef4136)


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Jason Brock - jbrock@redhat.com


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Version 2: Jason Brock - jbrock@redhat.com



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Version 3: Jason Brock - jbrock@redhat.com


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Aris Winardi (ariswinardy@gmail.com) Github


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Jason Brock - jbrock@redhat.com


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Jason Brock - jbrock@redhat.com


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Jason Brock - jbrock@redhat.com


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Jason Brock - jbrock@redhat.com


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James Cobb - jcobb@redhat.com

The mark is an abstracted sextant. The sextant is a fundamental navigation tool, even in a modern world of GPS and satellites. As Jakarta EE journeys away from it’s current harbor, the sextant is an important tool to help seek the safest path over an ocean of change. With a sextant, the project will always know it’s course. Plus, there is a subtle “J” formed by the shape.


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James Cobb - jcobb@redhat.com

The mark is an abstracted version of a clipper ship. These ships were used to quickly move important cargo all over the world and is a nod to the days of Indonesia being “Java” and exporting of coffee beans. The clipper’s dynamic angles gives the feeling of movement and swiftness, much like the quickness of change in technology.


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James Cobb - jcobb@redhat.com

The mark is a map marker pinning a cloud which is a explicit metaphor for the cloud native Jakarta EE project. While the cloud is ephemeral, your place is solid.


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Julian Jupiter- julianjupiter.io@gmail.com


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Julian Jupiter- julianjupiter.io@gmail.com


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thiago@algaworks.com


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thiago@algaworks.com


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Hiroki Sawamura - sawamura.hiroki@jp.fujitsu.com


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Media:https://drive.google.com/open?id=1grElkp8Gf94j4AAS2pefYdCmrIA0jGKp

The logo of a Tiger is symbolic of the Island of Java, part of the natural range of the Javan Tiger. Long thought extinct the Javan Tiger has fallen into legend and folklore with many sightings but no evidence for the past 40 years - until, that is, last year when a Tiger was caught on camera in Ujung Kulon National Park in West Java by park rangers. For many cultures, the Tiger symbolizes power, grace, and even wisdom. Of the big cats, the Tiger, in all is resplendent forms, covers more land mass than any other big cat with habitats ranging from sweltering southern Indonesia to freezing northern Siberia. For Jakarta EE the Javan Tiger logo, like its namesake, represents power, grace, and wisdom but also rebirth and rediscovery. The font, Kuro, is chosen for its resemblance to the native Javanese caligraphy in recognition of the centuries of culture and tradition of that Island nation. The Jakarta EE logo can have an expanded pallet but the color uses here is red and dark red (#ef4136)

Version 1: Richard Monson-Haefel - rmonson@tomitribe.com


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Ryan St. James - rstjames@tomitribe.com


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Jadon Ortlepp - Jadon.ortlepp@gmail.com


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Hiroki Sawamura - sawamura.hiroki@jp.fujitsu.com

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