I didn't feel like communicating my idea and paying someone to do it. I can design and quickly did it myself. And this point is related to the topic of planning. I planned far too little time for the service providers . And because I didn't have a deadline, the project could drag on forever. Somehow I completely ignored the fact that the service providers themselves have a lot to do and could therefore need a long time. Lesson: I'll definitely plan more time for the service providers for the next launch. 3. I didn't communicate well enough with the coder And speaking of service providers. Communication with the proofreader was flawless. But there is little room for misunderstandings. But with the coder things looked a little different.
I created the design in Adobe Photoshop and wanted it to be technically implemented one-to-one. The problem is simple, I didn't communicate that exactly. There was also a big misunderstanding during the communication that unnecessarily increased the costs and time. And so the coder still had to do a lot afterwards Russia phone number list and even more time was lost. Lesson: At the next launch, I will make sure that there is good communication with the service providers. I make sure that we always have the same common denominator. 4. I wasted too much time learning InDesign.
You see, a lot of things have something to do with time. Time is the most important commodity. And I could have saved a lot of that on my first real product launch. And, sparing the expense, I created the design myself using Adobe InDesign. The tool is designed exactly for creating beautiful e-books, for example. products are completely different. I don't know why, but you have to relearn each product. So I fiddled with InDesign. Of course it's nice and broadens my horizons. But I run a blog business . I am an entrepreneur. No designer. I should rather concentrate on entrepreneurial activities. Such as better planning of a product launch! Lesson: At the next launch, I'll outsource all design work.