Modern Minimalist client gifts

Here at Design Aglow we love to save you time while making you look great. Leesia Teh shares her experience with one of our newest products, the Modern Minimalist Mini Books:

"These designs were so clean and lovely I hardly needed any customization. I added my logo to the back cover of the accordion book, and moved a few of the image layouts on a couple pages to suit the orientation of the images I was using - it probably took about five minutes! It was great to have all the guides and image masks already laid out so I could just drop in my images and add the pets' names. I love all the fonts used in the Minimalist line so I didn't need to make any changes there.

I always like to include something unexpected in client orders as an extra thank-you, and the Modern Minimalist Mini Books were just what I needed. They fit my branding perfectly - classic and clean. I also have the Minimalist Packaging Accessories (and Minimalista Holiday Cards!), so when I added this accordion book into the packaging, it looks fantastic. For all the Minimalist products, I love the clean lines and fonts with just enough embellishment that they enhance the design but don't detract from the images. Even though the mini book templates look simple, it saves so much time to have the image masks already laid out and properly aligned. Even though I didn't use non-square book templates, they were still great for giving me inspiration to tweak the square templates so that each client would be getting a unique design that fit their pets' photos best.

Clients love these! They carry them around in their bags and show them off as brag books. Being able to give them something that fits my style really helps enhance my brand."

Thanks for sharing, Leesia! We love your approach and are so happy for your success. Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~

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