In part 1 of How to build your multimedia empire, I talked about fear, how to get over fear, content ideas, and outlining ideas. If you missed it, check it out here. In this post, I’ll be going over branding and expanding your multimedia empire.
Branding and expanding your multimedia empire
Once you make the leap into creating video content, you want to focus on your brand. Your brand consists of everything from your image, scenery, voice, and so on. You want to make sure that you’re projecting the image you want to create. Continue reading “Branding and expanding your multimedia empire”
Congrats! You already took the first step into creating your multimedia empire and that is seriously considering it. I don’t want to waste your time, so this post is geared to those who already have evergreen content (newsletters, blogs, etc.) or videos (YouTube, webinars, workshops, and live video tutorials) that they want to use to start building/expanding their audience. Here’s how to build your multimedia empire. Continue reading “How to build your multimedia empire : Part 1: Getting over obstacles and making your mark”
Depending on the design package, my clients get 1-2 revisions for each item. Most designers have revisions so that we can accommodate the client’s input before the final design is selected. This is how design revisions work. Continue reading “How Design Revisions Work”
Before I start the web design process, there are 5 things I need before I design a website from the client. Below are my top 5 things. Continue reading “5 things I need before I design a website”
The first thing to know about getting started with WordPress is creating a blog post. Blogging is the first thing that comes to mind when people think of WordPress. Even if you’re not a blogger it’s a good feature to know for the future, especially if you’re selling products or services. Not only that, but creating a blog post in WordPress is easy. Continue reading “Creating a blog post in WordPress”
When you’re working alone, or even if you have a partner, staying on top of your work is important. I have so many things that I want to do, but so little time. So how do I stay productive and on top of all my work? Keep reading for my tips.
How to stay productive, my life upside down
When I first started, I used a lot of tools to keep up with my business. My top tools included Trello, Any.do, Google Keep, Asana, and a physical planner. I used all these tools in different ways. I used Trello to keep up with my blog posts, services, and newsletter. I used Google Keep for notes and writing down my ideas.
Before I started my business, I was already using Any.do to keep up with my personal tasks along with my school tasks, so I started adding my business tasks too. I used Asana for services and expanded to blog posts, and I also wrote everything down in my planner. Continue reading “How to stay productive”
This is an inside look at my Web Design process. I follow these steps in the Web Design package and it is the same process I use in the Brand x Web Design package. You can read more about the full Brand x Web Design process here. Continue reading “Inside Look at my Web Design Process”
As soon as the client books my services, I send them client homework. They have until the week before the project begins to complete their homework assignment. Some of the homework will look different depending on which package is chosen, but most of this is relevant. Continue reading “Inside look: Client Homework”
*Hue x Blush is a fictitious company for my portfolio.
Hue x Blush is focused on beauty and fashion. They began as one lifestyle blogger and expanded into a company that shares articles and videos on women’s needs.
This site caters to women 16 to 45. They give advice on fashion, beauty, fitness, career, and health. Their target audience loves to read Shape, Marie Claire and they love to watch shows like The Mindy Project and Ugly Betty.
Here are the images that inspired the brand for Hue x Blush.
Continue reading “Brand x Web Design for Hue x Blush”
I only take on one client at a time because I want to focus completely on one design project at a time. Depending on which package you choose, it takes me about 3-4 weeks to complete a design project. Below is my design project timeframe for each package. Continue reading “My Design Project Timeframe for Each Design Package”