Here's exactly how the process works

getting started

Getting your project Started

To get your project started, you'll sign up by filling in a project application. After you send your application in, I'll review it and send over a few possible start dates. To secure your start date you'll sign a contract and pay the invoice in full. Once you've done that, I'll send over your welcome kit so that you can get a head start on your homework even if your project doesn't start immediately.

step 2

Welcome kit & homework

Your welcome kit outlines everything that I need from you in order to get started on your project. It's an easy to follow PDF that includes a project set-up checklist and two worksheets. The worksheets link to a google doc, which you'll be able to fill in all online. These worksheets will help organize all of your content and guide you through writing your sales page. All your materials will be kept in a Google drive so that the docs are always up to date. Plus it makes for easy collaboration if you have questions.

project kick off

Project kick-off

The day your project officially starts we'll have a creative strategy meeting on skype. During this 60-minute meeting we'll go over your offer details and your project homework. We'll discuss the overall design direction of your sales page to make sure that it works seamlessly with your business and the branding you've already worked so hard to develop. 

design time

Design time

Sit back and relax while your sales page is designed. Unless there are a few little things that I need you to finish up, this part of the project is all mine. Your sales page will be designed within 2 weeks and includes everything from custom icons to creating mockups of your offer elements. I'll also make sure that the transition from desktop to mobile isn't weird, because we don't want it to look incredible on a laptop but sub-par on a smartphone (fixed through custom CSS and mobile-specific images as an FYI). Want a custom URL for your sales page? I'll make that happen too.

finished

Boom, Done!

When your sales page is complete and fully designed, you'll get a chance to review it before it goes public. You can request minor edits (ex: color change, font change) and once you give the final approve it will be pushed live. To finish your project off, you'll get a download link to all the files I've created for your site. This includes working design files, image files, and backup files of your CSS.