Spend less time writing client emails
and more time doing what you love …
Let's be honest, emailing with customers is the most time consuming and draining part of being a web designer.
Without pesky clients to manage, your life would be much easier.
You need clients, what you don't need is the headache of writing emails.
The Process Hack is a set of Scripts and Checklists that gets you out of your inbox and back to designing websites!
The Process Hack walks you step-by-step through the web design process and gives you all the systems, scripts, and checklists you need to simplify your process.
You will get a PDF Guide of all scripts AND a set of Evernote Templates for easier organization!
The ready-to-customize Process Management Notebook is packed with pre-written scripts that are ready for you to copy and paste into client emails and messages.
The Client Notebook Template contains the checklists and notes that you need for easy project management.
Here's how it all breaks down:
- Immediate access to the Course
- PDF Guide of all Scripts
- Downloadable Evernote Templates
- Access to all Current (and Future) Bonuses!
- 18 Videos Explaining Each Step of the System
- 30+ Copy & Paste Scripts
- PDF Guide of all Scripts
- Process Management Notebook for Evernote
- Client Notebook Template for Evernote
- 4 Clickable Checklists
You're a perfect candidate for The Process Hack if….
- You've heard that you need a process, but don't know where to start.
- You wish someone would tell you what to do first, and then second...
- You would love a behind the scenes look at a profitable web design process.
The Process Hack is probably not for you if...
- You aren't a web designer.
- You already have a streamlined process.
- You have zero interest in using Evernote.
Peek inside the course:
- 4 Modules
- 18 bite-size videos
- Video Highlights
- Real Life Examples
- Extra Resources & Downloadables
It's hard to know what systems and process will work best for you when you are building a freelance web design business from scratch.
Stop being plagued with problems like:
- how to respond to an inquiry
- countless hours spent writing proposals
- clients not paying on time
- three revisions turning into five
- launches not going smoothly
- bad client reviews
You need a repeatable web design process in place in order to free yourself from making the same decisions over and over for each project.
When you follow the same general process for each project you'll find you have more time to actually do the work you enjoy!
- Spend more time designing websites and less time crafting emails.
- Thrill your clients with quick response times.
- Raise your prices because you offer more value.
YOUR INVESTMENT FOR THE PROCESS HACK IS ONLY $29.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Process Hack includes a PDF Guide of 30+ Scripts, a set of downloadable Evernote templates (The Hack Pack!) and an accompanying online course. The course is broken down into 4 modules. Each module contains several lessons with bite-size videos, highlights, and resources. These video lessons will show you how to use the Evernote templates and Scripts as well as give you a start to finish web design process guide.
You will get two .enex files that you can import into Evernote which contain the Process Management Notebook and the Client Notebook Template. These notebooks contain 30+ pre-written scripts that are ready for you to copy and paste into client emails and message, as well as several checklists to keep you on track. You'll learn how to import the notebooks inside the course. (All the scripts are included in an interactive PDF as well, if Evernote isn't your thing!)
Although the Scripts are included in a PDF Guide, to get the most out of The Process Hack, you really do need Evernote. If you have never used Evernote, Module 1 of the course will help you get set up!
I’m Katie Price, editor in chief of Designer Guidebook and owner of Priceless Design. I’m a web designer and online course developer with a Master’s Degree in Educational Technology. I like to think that I do things slightly differently than the average entrepreneur. I believe in kindness and sincerity in all areas of life, even business. (Read More)