EDESIGN BUSINESS START UP GUIDES
Looking to start up your eDesign business? Start here!
eDesign Business Start Up Guides
-Where do I even start?
-Organize your computer for success
- Use Trello to organize your business.
-Terms & resources
-Build your website.
- Website recommendations & video references
- What to include
- Squarespace & Wordpress (using Divi) examples
-Set up your email
- Get a domain email
- Email collection service like Mailchimp or Active Campaign.
-Social Media Set Up for Success & tips on interacting that will get you noticed
-How to create and share content efficiently to save you time and make you money.
- What to make
- Where to share it
- How to share it
-Define your ideal client & speak to them!
-How to set up and structure your eDesign packages
-Pricing model examples & process to create yours
-Start up Checklist. Don’t miss a step!
*Does not include a design education, legal or accounting advice.
Coming with 3.0 Updates
-Content updates for many course modules with new techniques as platforms have added new features since the last update of course material.
Jenna Gaidusek eDesign Tribe Inc founder, eDesign U, Jenna Gaidusek Designs
Jenna founded the eDesign Tribe Facebook group in July 2018 with the goal to provide her unique virtual design experience and skills to a community of like-minded industry professionals. Her goal was to create an encouraging space for virtual design to thrive and prosper.
Though she has a Bachelors Degree in Interior Design, she belives eDesign isn’t limited to those with a list of credentials after your name but instead, how different industry members adapt their unique business to the online world.
Now with 5+ years of eDesign exclusive offerings ranging from 1:1 clients to online courses and passive income, Jenna thinks outside the box for the industry’s future and shares ALL her knowledge with the eDesign Tribe community and her students through eDesign U.
She is striving to change the stigma of remote design to show designers that eDesign (AKA electronic Design) can mean a variety of things and can be adapted to any interior design industry business model as a way to streamline processes, make extra income or produce exceptional visual presentations for clients near and far.