design aglow original: the successful studio's workflow assistant

 

 

 

 

 

 

With a fresh new color palette and minor design tweaks, the Successful Studio's Workflow Assistant is ready to help you get some of your life back by streamlining your business tasks and workflow.

Do you ever have days where your mantra goes "I could really use an assistant..."? Do you frequently find yourself relying on sticky notes to recall important client info and product details? You need an organization intervention - and you can find all the tools to do just that (and more!) in the Essential Workflow Studio Assistant template for photographers. We named this guide the Studio Assistant because it's designed to help you with virtually every aspect of studio life, from organizing your client lists to organizing your entire production system. Distinguish your workspace by keeping orderly schedules and by designating places for things and processes. This whiteboard template helps you create the ultimately organized workspace with photographer-specific best practices workflow system, session checklists and more, serving as a complete photographer's guide to studio organization. And, everything is fully editable and can be customized to your own specifications.

Essential Workflow Studio Assistant Specs: • 24x30 Studio whiteboard template • Organization worksheets and checklists • Computer desktop organizer • Sample client correspondence emails for success Click here to see it in the shop!


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