design aglow is seeking top talent (writers, graphic designers, stylist, blogger)
At Design Aglow we are constantly on the lookout for fresh, unique, outside-the-box talent. If you have a passion for creativity and a desire to work with a growing company we would love to hear from you.
We are currently looking for writers and designers that can work as freelancers, but with the possibility to be promoted to full-time assignments.
We know you can shoot images, but can you shoot the breeze? Design Aglow is looking for a few amazingly talented writers to pen articles for our renowned magazine. We prefer a writing style that is engaging, quirky, fun, intelligent, conversational, yet simple, descriptive and easy to understand.
You must have the ability to interview, stay on a deadline, produce detailed, industry specific content, and produce content that is enjoyable and educational for the reader. Pay is competitive and our experienced team of professional writers boasts some of the best in the industry.
Do you think you have what it takes? If so,Â click this link and tell us more about yourself.
Design Aglow, a leading resource magazine used by universities and professionals alike, is always looking for bright new talent. Is your design style fresh, clean, elegant and modern? Are you well-versed in Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Acrobat and Lightroom? Are you looking to build your portfolio while working with a talented company of visionaries? If so, you could join our dedicated team of designers.
Potential designers must be self-starters, able to finish projects on a strict deadline, work independently, be creative and able to conceptualize new ideas, and be proficient in industry software. PleaseÂ click this link and tell us about yourself.
STYLIST & BLOGGER
We also have an opening for a stylist to photograph new products at your own studio Â in a creative and inspiring manner. You can use the designers link above to submit your information to Design Aglow.
And, finally, because my spelling and grammar skills are often less than perfect (you would not believe how many emails we receive to inform us of that fact), we would love some world class bloggers, especially photo industry peeps who can commit to 1-2 monthly blog columns (as our new photo craft contributor, Ms. Ashley does, see below).
Do you have a specialty that would fit into our beautiful little world here? Use the writers link above and tell us all about your fine self!
It’s a well known fact in this industry that social media like Instagram and Facebook have great potential for growing your business and your reach. This course will show you exactly how to use your social accounts to gain positive public perception, launch networking efforts, create lasting relationships and convert your community into a huge source of business referrals.
Are you consumer-oriented enough? We’re sure you know what the “rock-star” photographers think you should be charging for your work, and how you should be running your business. And we’re pretty certain that you think you know what your customers should be purchasing. But what about your clients? You know, those people who actually pay your bills.
My goal in renovating my studio was to provide better customer service, superior products and a more streamlined process for my bride and grooms. I use many Design Aglow products in my studio to achieve this beginning with the Big Picture Planner to keep me organized. I use the Pricing Menus to provide a tangible pricing guide to my clients during consultations and sales appointments. In every package I include the digital images from the weddings on the glass USB packaged in the presentation boxes and branded bags.