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I’m really passionate about helping you grow the best business that you can! I’ve done the DIY route and benefited so much from the generous freebies of others, a lot of solid training, and some great resources to improve my design projects and client workflow.
Here are my best free resources and a sneak peek inside my creative toolbox to help you take charge of your DIY dream!
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HoneybookI switched to Honeybook CRM last year to simplify my intake process and make it easier for clients to fill out my forms, schedule meetings, and give feedback. Try Honeybook and get 50% with this link.
FlodeskSimple, beautiful email marketing. Flodesk is what I use for growing my list because their templates make it easier to stay on-brand and beautiful. They’re still in beta, so get 50% off for life with this link!
ElementorWhile I design sites on several different platforms, I use WordPress + Elementor for my own website and online shop. If you want to stay on WordPress but want full control over your site’s look, try Elementor.
TailwindKeep your feeds filled with this easy Pinterest + Instagram scheduler. I like that Tailwind does advanced scheduling for both accounts, and you know that Pinterest Tribes are a great way to drive traffic to your website.
Because we all have to deal with taxes. I love the power and simplicity of Quickbooks bookkeeping, and they integrate with all of my accounts like Honeybook, Etsy, and more. Get 50% Quickbooks off with this link.
GSuiteAll the business apps and advanced features Google can provide. Use your own domain for email, get more storage space, and manage your analytics and team through a centralized GSuite account.
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For the Creatives
My favorite resources for designing and learning new skills
Crella is an affordable subscription site for all your fonts and graphics. It includes all-access to resources made by some of the best designers selling in other marketplaces.
Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop — can’t live without ‘em. There’s nothing like the way that Adobe connects all my apps and fonts. CC is an industry-standard must for any designer.
Skillshare is coffee for your creative business. It’s also my favorite place to binge-watch. Join Skillshare and get access to thousands of creative courses on-demand. Learn wisely.
TheFutur is the all about the design of business and the business of design. It’s one of the best resources for self-taught designers and those looking to grow into an agency.
Design Cuts is a marketplace that offers great fonts and graphics with extended licenses, meaning that you can use them on multiple projects. They’re also a great place to sell your goods.
Pixel Surplus rounds up the most popular fonts and sells them in bundles with an extended license. Some past deals include The Boutique Font Bundle, Modern Font Bundle, and Luxury Bundle.
You know how important good presentation is for winning over clients. Moyo helps you looks a like a million with some of the best minimal mockups for your branding and web projects.
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