Design Aglow was founded in South Florida in 2006 and headquartered here since the start. Most of our team is located in West Palm Beach, with a few more team members sprinkled about the US and many partners around the globe. The main office is where we generate our biggest ideas, but we have always been understaffed and struggling to do more. We haven’t been able to find the type of creative talent we crave.
A few months ago, we began thinking about where we are and where we want to be…since we still have a lot of growing to do!
We need to be in a place with creatives and tech talent, one that inspires us, excites us, and makes us want to connect with our industry even more. We love the West Coast vibe, the innovative mindset, and the unlimited potential you feel just *being* there.
So after months of planning, off we go! Follow team members Lauren and Carry (with the #designaglowdiarieshashtag) as they leave this week by car with a dog and cat in tow. See you soon!
If you run a photography business, you may feel like you spend 10% of your time actually creating images and the other 90% juggling endless administrative tasks. And when you’re focused on taking care of your clients, taking care of your business can get pushed to the back burner. But…that needs to stop. Organization isn’t a luxury. A streamlined studio gives you a solid foundation on which to build a successful business. So go ahead and make those brass tacks a priority. Here are the ducks you should get in a row, like, yesterday.
When we think of fall, we think of selling holiday cards. With your studio name on every card, from every client, you know that is super great multiplied marketing for you! Especially when the cards (and your images) are this gorgeous!
Our new collections of holiday card templates feature more than ever: each design includes four different palettes so you can multiply your value too. What’s not to love?
We all have the never-ending to do list. We start off hopeful, but as the day unfolds it grows longer. We fall behind. And in an effort to catch up, we become a whirlwind of frantic activity. We put our faith in multitasking as the way to salvage the day’s plan. We think only of what’s next on the list, what’s still on the list, and what on the list can be pushed to tomorrow’s list. THE LIST rules your life.