product spotlight: studio album design form

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If you're a small studio, you need clear, concise ordering tools that provide value to your clients and simple efficiency to your business. On the flip side of things, if you're an insanely busy studio utilizing the help of studio assistants, you also need clear, concise ordering tools to ensure your policies are understood and upheld properly.
Regardless of the size or operating style of your photography studio, Design Aglow's Studio Album Design Form helps keep the album ordering process uncomplicated and an easy sell.
•Â Â   Give clients relevant product details and set clear work boundaries •Â Â   Streamline ordering with a category-based selection process •Â Â   Protect your time and investment with client sign-off, acknowledging their approval for the order and acceptance of your studio polices •Â Â   Up-sell with simplicity, utilizing built-in ordering for extra pages, parent albums, and moreClick here to see it in the shop!



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