Week 12 Winning Projects

Winning Score – Team Project: 17/20 (4.33 – 3.67 – 4.33 – 4.67)

The Winning Project:

Part 1 (Flow Chart and Summary)

Part 2 (Sample Communication)

Judges’ Feedback

From Tea: Love your presentation here — it’s very eye-catching and easy to understand/follow. Your webdesign questionnaire is also great and could even be used as a lead generator. Couple of questions for you to consider: 1) How will you remember to reach out every month to past clients? Such a high-touch will require a system. Same day every month? Will you have a check list to remind you? Will there be some automation there? 2) The process you’ve outlined is fabulous but doesn’t really work for web design, per se (there is a lot more to ensuring a smooth build/launch for a website vs. designing an ad) – have you outlined that as well? and 3) Was there a reason you didn’t include a post project survey?

From Nick: “Colleen, The ‘friends don’t let friends go topless’ design is hilarious, btw. This is spectacular. There’s THREE things missing: 1) ‘Prospect’ warming… that is, a lower-level purchase or some freebie they can use to get into the sales pipeline if they’re not quite there yet. 2) Post-purchase care (ie: the best revenue model for small business web designers…) – what’s the model for that? 3) A design brief (graphic design brief) alongside the business logic brief.  The flowchart was also a bit out of order in regards to your system, but I got the picture. Overall perfect score besides the three missing elements (-1 Completeness).”

Diane did score your project but wasn’t able to provide written feedback. She gave you 4-3-3-4.

Winning Score – Solo Project: 19.85/20 (5 – 4.85 – 5 – 5)

Ang Jandak

Ang Jandak

The Winning Project:

Part 1 (Flow Chart and Summary)

Part 2 (Sample Communication) < – be sure to check out the questionnaire, linked to from the sample communication

Feedback from Tea: What can I say? I loved every bit of this. Especially the part where you give your clients a lowbrow email account! Your personality shines through in the communications and you’ve covered just about everything. My only suggestion: satisfaction survey might help you find places to improve going forward.

Winning Score Play-at-Home – Team Project: 17/20 (3.5 – 4 – 5 -4.5)

Laurie Nylund & Bara Sapir

Laurie Nylund & Bara Sapir

The Winning Project:

Part 1 (Flow Chart and Summary)

Part 2 (Sample Communication)

Feedback from Tea: Fabulous foundation! Love that you’ve thought through the exit survey. My thoughts: a few of the questions on the exit survey would be better served immediately after enrollment. Clients may not remember how they found you by the time they exit. They also may not remember exactly what it was that clinched the deal for them that far out. Exit surveys are better (and more completely filled out) when they’re shorter, so see if you can break this into two surveys and serve one at beginning of relationship. Also recommend you look at adding things to this like social media (see Sharon’s outline) and more automation to manage clients experience while they’re being tutored.

Winning Score Play-at-Home – Solo Project: 18.5/20 (4.5 – 4.5 – 5 – 4.5)

Sharon Hurley Hall

Sharon Hurley Hall

 The Winning Project (zip file)

Feedback from Tea: Great work! You’ve covered almost everything plus some. What really stood out for me was that you write a recommendation for your clients (LinkedIn) and that you’re connecting with clients on social media. That’s a great way to nurture the relationship. I would also suggest if possible: a post project survey to get even more feedback.

See the rest of the fabulous work submitted this week by clicking the links in the comments on this page.

 

About Tea Silvestre

Executive Producer of Prosperity's Kitchen, author and marketing coach to solopreneurs.