We help solar, clean tech, and clean transportation companies thrive with creative branding, design, and marketing campaign solutions.

Science + Creativity = Strategic Design

At Corbae Creative, we believe in innovation. We believe in a clean, sustainable world. We believe we can and need to have a positive impact on our environment. To that end, we are inspired by our clients every day. We do our best work when we partner with each client to deliver creative, strategic graphic design and marketing solutions.
The Corbae team applies a methodology to understand your challenges, your goals, your strengths, your customers, your vision, and at the core of it all, your why. By combining this with an analysis of available metrics and a big dose of creativity, we construct strategic design solutions to help your company thrive.

We Design Solutions for You

We take a holistic approach to design, providing the solution that makes the most sense to deliver the message to your audience. We offer full service design and marketing, with a focus on solar, clean tech, and clean transportation to immerse ourselves in the technology. This allows us to propose solutions that don’t copy what everyone else is doing and respond directly to your audience – your customers.
We have provided complete brand and identity development, web design and landing pages, social media campaigns, print design from sell sheets, to long-form catalogs, to brochures, digital and print advertising, training presentations and materials, video, animated video, infographics, and tradeshow/exhibition design.

What Our Clients Say

Corbae Creative has been my marketing partner for over four years and in that time, a primary driver to our sales success. At the deepest levels Corbae understands our business and can turn out marketing materials quickly and without guidance. It is imperative for us to have a single source for branding, electronic, print, web, and exhibition marketing and Corbae constantly delivers the best. Scott Boltz

Sales Manager, North America, Dinex

Over several years of collaboration and many client marketing initiatives, Aimee has consistently proven her worth as a graphics and marketing strategist. She has the rare ability to see the big picture and uncover promising campaign themes while maintaining an attention to detail to execute those campaigns with integrity. Simply put – Aimee is awesome! Glenna Wiseman

Principal, Identity³

Aimee has been a fantastic resource! We use her regularly for collateral creation, which includes content, photography, graphic design, and layout, in both web and print formats. In addition, she coordinates, tracks and manages our division’s ad purchases, builds our advertising content, manages our web analytics, creates our training videos and manages our branding and corporate branding compliance. She is far more than a graphic designer. She is my outside in-house marketing communications manager. Mike Dixon

Product Marketing Manager, Power Conversion Solutions, Sensata Technologies

Resources

Power and Influence in Brand Storytelling

Power and Influence in Brand Storytelling

What is power, and what makes a brand story powerful? German sociologist Max Weber defined power as the ability of one person to exert their will over the resistance of others. That autocratic, colonial approach to power certainly sounds like many famous leaders, but...

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Great Brand Stories are Authentic

Great Brand Stories are Authentic

There are brand story generators on the internet. They ask you a few questions about your business and presto chango, you get instant content about your brand. I tried one today and it gave less than stellar results. The autogenerated message I received was cold and...

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The Visuals Your Brand Uses are Integral to the Company Story

The Visuals Your Brand Uses are Integral to the Company Story

I saw a meme the other day showing two images, both saying “I will always find you”. One was in a curvy typeface with hearts as the dots on the letter “i”. The other was a scratchy typeface that looked like it had been carved into something. The subline was “Fonts...

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