Without a doubt, Evernote is one of the secrets to my success as a web designer. I’m always surprised when I talk with other freelancers who say that they’ve heard great things about Evernote but just don’t think it’s for them.
If you have clients to track … Evernote is for you.
If you keep re-writing the same emails … Evernote is for you.
If you write to-do lists … Evernote is for you.
There are a hundred more reasons why Evernote is for you, friend, but I think the one that you should really care about is this:
If you want your client experience to improve … Evernote is for you.
When you start tracking and systematizing your web design process, you’ll find it easier to give each client your best. The guesswork is taken out of the equation when you follow a checklist. You’ll find that your projects will go more smoothly as you fine-tune your process.
As much as it may go against a designer’s creative tendencies, having a plan for organization (and following it) is worth the effort. Evernote can help you keep all the bits and pieces in order so you can spend your time doing what you really love: design.
So what do you think? Are you ready to give Evernote a shot?
I’m so excited to walk you through how I’ve used Evernote to organize my digital life and create a system that works for my business.
I look forward to teaching you the time-saving secrets I’ve discovered and the keys to organizing your Evernote so that it’s easy to navigate and use.
Read the series on the blog, or download your copy of the 36 page Designer Guide to Evernote eBook and access the free bonus materials!
- Getting Started with Evernote for Designers
- Evernote Basics: Notes, Notebooks, and Stacks, Oh My!
- Customize Your Evernote Sidebar with a Notebook Hierarchy
- Create a Business Stack in Evernote
- Create Client Notebooks in Evernote
- Evernote Add-Ons for Organizing your Design Business
- Evernote Success Tips for Designers