We’re hiring! Aleberry Creative is looking for a part-time Junior Graphic Designer to help with overflow work. Projects will include both print & web, so an eye for typography, layout and UI/UX is a must. We are big on meeting deadlines! Starting rate is $15/hour. Students looking to gain experience can definitely apply. We love our city — Houstonians only please. Applicants should have access to own computer and Adobe software. Send inquiries, resumes & portfolios to email@example.com
We just received some exciting news from HOW magazine!
For non-industry folks, HOW is a go-to magazine for designers & creatives. They regularly feature articles on business, resources, technology, and creativity.
Aleberry Creative Group has been featured on their “Top 10 Websites for Designers” for this coming month (June 2012).
You can check us out at spot #2 right here:
We’re alongside some pretty great international talent!
We also get a cool badge, which we’ll need to place on our site.
We’re growing up! This month, Aleberry Creative Group turned three years old.
We’ve had an exciting year full of new clients, projects, and being featured by Adobe! Aleberry designed on newer platforms, including designing reports in Word, and focused on becoming more involved in our community.
We’ve had a great time meeting local entrepreneurs through great groups like GroundUP Houston, Social Media Breakfast Houston, and Open Coffee Club. If you love Houston as much as we do, these groups are worth checking out. We can’t thank the people we’ve met at these events enough for their support.
On the client front, Aleberry added new options to work with your various needs. Our Outsourced Design Department (ODD) serves companies who require multiple design projects on a monthly basis. It’s also great for companies who need an in-house designer (or department), but don’t quite have the resources for one.
This coming year, we look forward to giving back to the Houston community that has given us so much. (#SLGT Always)
Thank you all for your support & referrals! We look forward to building new relationships and strengthening old ones!
We have been receiving quite a few emails asking us how we setup a blog on our Adobe Muse site.
Unfortunately, we can’t give many of you Musers-to-be the easy step-by-step answer you were hoping for. We actually had a fantastic developer (DesignBigger) help us with this.
We originally used Arbitrary HTML / an iframe of our Tumblr blog. This is one option. It just doesn’t look great on a site.
DesignBigger actually helped us create a WordPress blog that looked like our site, and set it up on our domain.
Hope that answers any questions.
Courtney Cachet is an internationally known designer whose clientele include A-list celebrities, NBC, Huffington Post, Rachel Zoe, and many others. When she’s not working with celebrities and media, she is designing her furniture, jewelry, and electronic accessories lines.
A few months ago, we designed a simple, yet chic new site for her. The site needed to match her motto: “An eye for style and a head for business.”
Courtney is a great client to work with. Check out some of her products at courtneycachet.com (You might also win a makeover and Windows Phone)!
We love when our hard work is appreciated. Earlier this week, a student’s blog picked us as SITE ONE on her source of webdesign inspiration. Very cool.
Thanks Meghan Thome!
Now that I can blog (I’m testing that ability) from a shiny new iPhone, here is the background I made for it after installing the Dropbox app earlier this evening. Feel free to use it if you’re like me and want to be just like me.
For the past 30 years, the team at Adobe have been creating amazing products for the design community (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and so much more).
For those of you lucky enough to attend the Conference, you were able to get a sneak peek of Adobe’s latest project “Muse” (code name).
We were lucky enough to snag a beta of this and work with the people at Adobe to create our new website and tweak some things along the way.
Adobe Muse is now available in public beta. Our new website is currently showcased on the official Muse site.
We are excited, and as always Adobe has been a great team to work with. We’d like to thank Adobe once again for everything they have done and continue to do for the design community.
- Aleberry Creative Group
Gira quoted in a useful article on handling web clients. Some good information for those starting out.