TAKE THE GUESSWORK OUT OF STARTING YOUR DESIGN CAREER
I would love to show you around my new eBook! Keep reading for the freebie download link!
I don't have 20 years under my belt like some other eBook writers out there right now, but I was a newbie grad at some point, and here's the catch.
My first ever internship I got as a designer was not "introductory" "do you know how to do floor plans?" and walking me through how to use a spreadsheet and "organizing materials libraries" for clients I would never meet in person... on my first day at my internship I was thrown in the deep end.
Full on 50 meters deep.
LIKE YOU PROBABLY ARE NOW, I WAS CLUELESS.
I thought I knew what I needed to know from my 6 years of College but when I started working, my textbook and studio knowledge was NOT enough.
I was missing some of the most important tools I needed in the workforce
I was constantly asking myself questions like:
- What do I ask the lighting rep?
- What do I charge my client?
-How do I write an invoice?
- How do I stay within budget?
-What if my client wants to order things on their own?
- What should my contract say?
- What do I say to new clients at in-home consultations?
That's why I created these guides for you!
READY MADE PRINTABLE WORKSHEETS:
Questions to ask:
- The Client
- The Architect
- The Engineer
- The Design Team
- The Plumbing Fixture Rep
- The Lighting Rep
- The Furniture Sales Rep
-Client Profile and understanding the client
- Initial In-Home Consultations
- Kitchen Renovations
- Bathroom Renovations
- Living Room Renovations
-Project Management Tools
- Budgeting Tools
- App and digital tool recommendations
- Reading Lists and more resourcws