YOU'VE DECIDED INVESTING IN THE IMAGE OF YOUR BUSINESS IS IMPORTANT—THAT'S GREAT! BUT NOW WHAT?
How to Work WELL with Designers, a guide for small business owners is an extensive guide detailing best practices when working with designers. It's time you know how the process works so that you can communicate with your designer better and get stuff done! Here’s to taking the first step in investing in the image of your business.
As a small business owner, you have SO MUCH to worry about. And putting certain areas of your business in the trusted hands of others is crucial to your success. If you don’t know how the process with your designer should work, you’re only going to be stressed and worried throughout the entire design development. And please hear me—this should be the FUN part! This is where your dreams finally get a face to them, where your visual identity just begins. I don’t want the fun to be steam-rolled by the confusion.
My goal with this eBook is to create a detailed, helpful guide for my clients, small business owners, and other creative individuals seeking out a good, comprehensive explanation of the start to finish of design work and what you can expect out of it. Hopefully this helps put your mind at ease when your designer says “I’ll get to work,” helps you anticipate what comes next, and will also help you gauge whether or not you’re working with the right creative individual to help accomplish your goals.
Let me say this again—the design process is meant to be FUN and exciting. Hopefully this guide gives you that peace of mind to be able to enjoy it. So dive in, learn a lot, and overcome your fears with the power of what you’re about to learn!
Want to provide this guide to your clients before you begin work with them? I will be altering this eBook for YOU to be able to use and redistribute to your clients, no strings attached! This new version will be available for purchase within the next few weeks and will be announced in a blog post. So be on the lookout for it!
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