Aleberry just finished the design & development of The Nature Conservancy: Migratory Blueways project (a grant-based project aimed to identify migratory “blueways” in the Gulf of Mexico & beyond to preserve marine species & improve the health of large marine ecosystems).
We just want to know what is nearby (since we’re on foot), and if they are legit dog friendly (or is it just a single picnic table “patio” on a sidewalk)? District of Dog aims to provide folks in The District a way to help each other out with this info.
Aleberry Creative is honored to be a part of the website re-design & launch for Gingersnaps ETC, a Houston tradition and 100% volunteer-driven organization that serves The Center (another great client)!
Congrats to team Cybele from Startup Weekend Houston (Nov 2013 edition)! Aleberry was honored to mentor & coach this startup team on Saturday. We knocked out a couple UI and app designs, along with some quick branding and logo design.
Ogo, founder of GrubSquad, came to us with the need to create a visual identity and design work for various print and web media, including a responsive web design. We were provided with a color scheme and a target audience of “Productivity Enthusiasts”.
The Bridge School offers flexible online curriculum for middle & high school students. Their mission “is to enable students to become self-motivated, independent learners.” It’s a great option for students who need an alternative to traditional schools.
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.
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.
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.
Our new website (www.aleberrycreative.com) will be featured during this session. We’re excited, and would like to thank the Adobe team for everything they’ve done for the creative community in the past (almost) 30 years.