The only impactful course on the internet that teaches you how to pitch your work to clients.PRE-ORDER NOW
Arguably, how you present your designs to a client is the most important part of the design process. Yet, if you head to Google & search for information on ‘logo presentations’ you’re met with limited materials. We want to build an ultimate course that teaches everything a designer needs to know about producing a logo presentation.
We will cover the basics & get you set up with the right tools for success.
We will go in-depth on how to structure a winning logo presentation.
You will find out the best strategies to “sell” your design to your client.
Understand what questions to ask to speed up the design process.
We will cover common mistakes that designers make when preparing their presentations and how to fix them!
There is always a trick up our sleeve! And we want to share them with you.
We will take all of the value we’ve provided you & build a real logo presentation for a client to show it’s practical.
We will provide you with a bunch of resources to consistently build an ultimate logo presentation.
Not only am I your course instructor, but I’m also a credible leader in the logo presentation space with the development of my startup, Pitchproof. I have also worked as a freelance digital designer for many years: I know how to pitch your design to a client effectively!
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We plan to jump straight into the development of the course. You can expect the course to be live by late September 2019.
Not at all. The information provided within the course is designed for format of logo presentation.
You’ll receive lifetime access to the materials, resources & future updates.
There is no necessary knowledge required when signing up to the course. The course content that we will teach is directed towards beginner-intermediate designers, however, will include more advanced content as well.
You have until 1st August to pre-order the course. Better be quick!