First discovered in 2006 the Alephian is a rare species. Its outer appearance allows it to blend in easily with a distant cousin, the Homo Sapien. Though they look alike, there are key differences pertaining to their intellect, creativity, and grit. A highly collaborative species the Alephian loves to gather together and exercise great creativity to accomplish large difficult projects for its counterpart in the natural hierarchy: *"the client"*.
The Alephian's natural habitat is in the mobile and internet space where its nimble fingers and outstanding control of Wacom pens create beautiful websites, apps, and campaigns.
A peculiar characteristic is an Alephian ability to communicate relevant information consistently. This is highlighted by a Friday morning tradition where they gather around food and exchange knowledge. This appears to be an effort to become a better group of species.
When not at work, Alephians can be found enjoying Southeast Asia’s beautiful resorts and beaches, planning a theme party or cycling together. And if you ever walk by, put your hand up. Alephians love giving high fives.