What is Yellowberri?
What started in a basement as an idea thirteen years ago has evolved into a multi-media mind-meld that devours new technologies and places them in today’s ever-changing advertising circus.
Yellowberri was based on the idea that print, design, video, audio, and web should be in one location to keep branding and design processes consistent. The name was thought up during the days when Blackberry roamed king, and our founders wanted something organic, and just weird enough, it would draw the question, “What is Yellowberri?” Thirteen years later, the real gem is we now work with many different people, from many different places. We believe in combining talents and ideas to better allow creatives to enjoy their lives and expand their ideas. With like-minded individuals working together on off-the-wall projects, we can learn about and deploy technologies before they are mainstream and identify where to use them to help other businesses. We have been bringing creatives together for years and challenge anyone to find people who do it better.
Why does this matter to you?
It means that if we don’t have an expert on the payroll, then we have one we work with within our worldwide network of talented creatives. We also understand the constant changes that today’s fast-paced world brings to the table, and we have found many ways of using modern tools that are readily available to serve your businesses better. We’ve been dabbling recently in streaming, e-commerce, video games, comic books, broadcasting, and 3d printing, to name just a few. Our partners have experience in everything from print to back-end programming, EVERYTHING in between.
Everything changes; not everyone likes it. We are well-versed in modernizing businesses and implementing new communication tools and technology to bring about welcomed change even in environments met with resistance. Understanding where our world is going is as important as the tools we are using to get there when implementing a new plan for a client or project.
Our local projects allow us to always be on the cutting edge of using and combining technology with uses that may be outside of the box. Be sure to check out our first-of-its-kind bgrad.io, where you can stream local artists 24/7 or might catch a live broadcast from one of the many venues in our city. Or discover our underground newspaper… if you can find it.
Yellowberri is a lifestyle, a better way of living; we have dogs in the office, a double-tap keg-orator, and just enough hospitality to make you want to come back.
Who We Are
Dave DowningClient Relationship Manager
A WKU graduate, Dave Downing reportedly lived his early years in a wicker basket on a muddy river. He learned perseverance while bouncing off tree limbs and navigating rapids until the child had the strength to grab the bank. Determined, Dave walked barefoot through broken glass to his destiny. Take heed, there is no filter. Real talk, real conversation. A real original.
Josh HamptonProject Coordinator
This teddy bear wrapped in razor wire is a WKU Graduate, husband and father. Josh prides himself on being the dumbest person in the room. Born too late …or too early. He would’ve adjusted to either. Pappy is one of those people that are physically bigger than the sum of their parts. Smart enough to leave the room.
Derrick HuntCreative Director
To say Derrick reeks talent is akin to saying that Mohammed Ali hit hard. No one is lining up to test either. He’s a husband, father and a son to the greatest dry-wallers this side of Cromwell. Derrick is as unique as the spelling of his name, his brain filled with a swirling vortex of logos, fx and ways to sit down. Brown bears likes to hibernate, and while they do, you feel at ease. Such is the Derrick Hunt, 200% half the time. It all equals out.
Nate MorguelanCamera Guy
Little known fact: Nate has an irrational fear of biographies. He’s been known to take many pictures and quite a few photos. He refuses to admit to either. He spends his spare time in politics, watching grass grow and admittedly enjoying it. PK’s games are no games. His dog is a doggo.