Is your company struggling to communicate your sustainable practices in a meaningful way?
Are your company’s great ideas buried under an avalanche of technical data?
Are you a solar company struggling to define your audience? One day it’s an end user, the next it’s a distributor?
Corbae Creative can help.
Corbae Creative can help your company define its message, translate the technical into everyday, and do so in a visually compelling way. We specialize in effective graphic design and marketing communication solutions to businesses providing technical, solar, and engineering products. We understand what it takes to present something technical to the world. We straddle the gap between the technical expertise of a company and communicating to the right audience in an understandable manner.
If you are looking for a marketing design partner that can help you with branding and identity development, web design, web and print advertising, and print materials from data sheets to brochures to annual reports to long-form catalogs, drop us a line to get started.
I’ve had the privilege of working with Aimee on a variety of projects for over a decade. She strikes the perfect balance between engaging her creativity, understanding client input, and consistently producing excellent quality. She’s always come through on my projects even with tight deadlines and little direction. Top-notch.
Jeff Bower, Director, Strategic Accounts, SunEdison
If you are considering a website revamp or a whole new website, you have come to the right place. I cannot say enough about the keen eye for detail, professionalism, and ability to deliver on a project. Even our major international gaming sponsor with 100 million users is complimenting the work of Corbae Creative.
Aimee does excellent, polished design and communication work creating high quality promotional materials. She also creates beautiful cards, invitations, and gift boxes at her new venture: www.corbaecreative.etsy.com. Her framable and keepsake quality works of art are a pleasure to give and make an excellent impression.
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Listen to the vibrant and informative new podcast, #MarketingSolar, for great interviews and information about marketing your solar business. Hosted by Glenna Wiseman ofIdentity3, a solar industry veteran with extensive solar marketing experience.
Episode Onefeatures Aimee Tuck of Corbae Creative, talking to Glenna about effectively managing and using graphics in your solar marketing program.
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Join Glenna Wiseman, of Identity3, working with Energy Trust of Oregon forBuild it Bright!Craft your solar marketing program through this series of webinars, podcasts, helpful tools, and blog posts.
AER moved from a traditional co-op program to thematic consumer marketing materials offered to installation partners throughout the U.S. The “Follow the Sun into the Future” campaign targets specific end user demographics, with campaign components applicable various media outlets.
Fronius USA felt that they provided exceptional customer service and a well-designed, solid inverter to their customers. But, they also wanted to make sure that their customers felt the same way. To that end, we [...]
Question of the Month
Each month Corbae answers a design question. Sometimes about layout. Sometimes about content. Sometimes about graphic design technical terms. Have your own design question?
Or, designing hashtags into marketing and collateral beyond Twitter Originally published on PV Solar Report By Aimee Tuck, Corbae Creative With contributions by Glenna Wiseman, Identity3 Glenna Wiseman, founding principal of Identity3, who delivers vibrant [...]
We love a challenge. And we love to find creative and positive solutions to these challenges. So, bring us your challenge. Is it a complex message? We love those (and we even speak “Engineering-ese”). Multiple audiences? One audience, multiple messages? Just don’t know where to begin? We’d love to help. Read about how we’ve helped others with their challenges and found a solution to fit the situation.
It can be a challenge explaining the complexities of a renewable energy system without your audience glazing over at the first mention of “photovoltaics” or “inverter”. Let’s face it, these are sophisticated electrical systems and do take some electrical understanding to comprehend.