Chiara Aliotta

Chiara Aliotta

Chiara Aliotta is the founder and creative director of Until Sunday. She has many years of experience in art direction, brand development, graphic design, illustration and web design and since January 2014 she is brand manager at Joomla.org. Her work is extremely creative, emotionally involving, detail-obsessed, and rich with colorful illustrations that come from her imaginary world. She describes herself as a typography addict and lover of colors. 
Everyday life is her inspiration and it is reflected in her work and her blog.

When she is not busy designing innovative products for her clients, you can find her waiting for a flight to some sunny destination, swimming in the Aegean Sea, capturing typography in the city with her camera, or spending her free time at home, snuggling with her cat, Kissa.

Social Profiles

Molti developers hanno elogiato le qualità di Joomla, definendolo uno dei migliori CMS sul mercato per la sua grande flessibilità e potente architettura. Ma cosa significa lavorare con Joomla! come designer? Quali sono le sfide che imponiamo a questa potente piattaforma? Quali i limiti che impone alla nostra creatività? Carlotta Silvestrini , autrice de Il Manuale del Perfetto Web Designer con Joomla!, risponde alle mie domande a nome dei milioni di designer sparsi nel mondo alle prese con Joomla.
Monday, 01 December 2014 06:00

What do Italy and Mexico Have in Common?

Everything started a few months ago when I posted this question on my Facebook profile page. It was amazing how many people answered my post. But, really, what do Italy and Mexico have in common? Reading this article, you will realize that they share much more than just the colours of their flags!
Saturday, 01 November 2014 00:00

Connecting Billions, Inspired by Millions

Just a few weeks ago, our OSM president, Sarah Watz and Community Leader, Ruth Cheesley, came back from one incredible experience, the Grace Hopper Conference. The Joomla! booth was approached by many students and young women interested in learning more about our Community and Project. But what does it really mean for our brand to get involved in such a big conference? What is the real take-away for our Community?