Denim Design +
Artificial Intelligence

denim design

Kolay is the Turkish word for easy and that’s what we do at KolAi.
Our web-based tools make denim design easy with A.I.

Make your life easier with the latest advances in Artificial Intelligence.

KolAi Designer 2.0

Make Denim Laser Designs in minutes with KolAi Designer, a complete system for denim laser design.

Our artificial intelligence creates the main laser design in seconds. Then, a laser designer can make changes and perfect the design with our suite of professional editing tools.

KolAi Designer TESTIMONIALS

KolAi x BPD Washhouse

Using KolAi [Designer] allows us to achieve our goal of making laser designs look real and look like what designers want to see on a finished garment.

Bill Curtin, Owner of BPD Wash House

Vişne Tekstil | Wishne Sourcing

I don’t know Photoshop. For me, getting a laser dry-process shape [with Photoshop] is impossible. But with KolAi, I can. The designs I make with KolAi get approved by customers and take a maximum of 15 minutes to make.

Murat Şensoy, Factory Manager for Wishne Sourcing

Guess Jeans USA

I’m excited by this technology because it’s time-consuming to use Photoshop and with KolAi we can easily produce 10 different designs a day.

David Johnson, Laundry Manager for Guess Jeans USA

FOUNDERS

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Kyle Stephens, PhD

CEO

Kyle worked on Innovation for Lee and Wrangler Jeans from 2016-2020. He received laser training from both Jeanologia in Spain and VAV Technologies in Turkey and regularly traveled to factories around the world to oversee innovative developments with laser finishing.

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Aydin Tuna Palabiyikoglu

COO

Aydin is a denim developer with extensive knowledge in wet and dry garment processing. He has development experience from Turkey, India, and the United States, and has worked on laser finishing of denim for over 20 years.

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Jack Payne, PhD

CTO

Jack is a cognitive scientist with extensive experience in Machine Learning and Data Science. He worked in Shopper Insights for VF Corporation from 2016-2020, where he coordinated and analyzed multinational research projects.