Cinematography Studio Workflow Assistant

Imagine…

A personal assistant who knows you and your schedule implicitly, helping your life and business run together cohesively. Someone to help with every aspect of studio workflow, from keeping track of client lists to organizing your entire video production system; someone who is wonderfully quiet, 150% organized, and even pretty to look at. Oh! And inexpensive to keep around. Sounds too good to be true, right?

Good news: we happen to be in the business of turning dreams into realities. Meet your new personal assistant in the form of Design Aglow’s Cinematography Studio Workflow Assistant template. The Workflow Assistant comes with a 24x30 studio template to print as a framed print, whiteboard or metal print, as well as workflow systems and checklists, client correspondence emails, and even a desktop organizer for your computer… all professionally designed and ready to use today! The best part? It’s completely customizable (and we mean completely) to meet the specific needs of your studio and brand. We believe in our Studio Workflow Assistant so much, we even use it in the day-to-day business here at Design Aglow!

Ready to save time and money, beautifully? We thought so~




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