Does your design make you look like an amateur — even though you’re a pro at what you do?

You’re the type of entrepreneur or creator who takes your big ideas and executes them fast.

You roll up your sleeves and build what you need to on the fly.

Which was perfect when you were just getting started.

But now that you’ve been at it for a while… you’ve realized that things are a bit of a mess.

When you step back and look at all you’ve created, you realize...

... your website looks different than your landing pages
... which looks different than your ebook
… which looks different than your presentation slides
… which looks different than your social media graphics
... which looks different than your worksheets
… which looks different than…

You get the idea.


Random templates are a recipe for a mismatched mess

"Even though my stuff is 'good enough,' I secretly felt ashamed every time someone would look at it."

As you start to establish yourself as an expert... design shame secretly lurks beneath the surface.

You feel like your website or profile makes you look like an amateur and you worry that no one will take you seriously because of it.

Even if your existing clients or customers see you as an expert, you know you don't LOOK like an expert to someone visiting your website for the first time.

You're envious of other entrepreneurs and creators whose design makes them look like they actually know what they're doing.

And it's extra frustrating when those creators with the slick-looking materials have crappier content than you!

So, you decide to start paying more attention to design.

"I mean... how hard can it be to DIY?"



Have you been just crossing your fingers and hoping for the best?

Tired of scrolling through templates?

When it's time to create something new, you open up a tool like Canva or LeadPages and start scrolling through page after page.

You scroll and scroll... and scroll... past hundreds (or is thousands?) of options. Your eyes glaze over and you hope one will magically jump out at you as "the one."

When you finally snap out of the trance, you can't believe how much time you've already spent on this.

You finally just pick a template.

And then you try to customize it.

But it turns out to be a lot harder than you thought because you're not really sure what makes good design.

You could have spent that time working on a new piece of content or writing a sales page instead of staring at template after template after template… with really no idea of what you should pick.

Ugh. You need an aspirin. Or a drink.

The scrolling never ends

The scrolling never ends

Delegating can be a total disaster

At this point, you're ready to get some help.

And so you follow the popular advice for any time-consuming or dreadful task — you delegate it.

You pat yourself on the back for coming up with the perfect solution. This is going to save you time and money.

Except it doesn't.

You go back and forth, trying to give feedback and get them to make something that looks good... but you just end up disappointed.

More time and money... wasted.


"I tried using a new designer on Fiverr and it was a disaster. There goes $100, right in the trash."

At this point, you know what you don't want

You don’t want to spend a fortune on custom-everything design… and ending up with a bunch of files that only a professional designer can update.

You don't want to wait weeks for a designer to get back to you... you need to be able to move quickly.

And, you don’t want to deal with a bunch of technical designer jargon… you just need the basics, in plain-English.

Bottom line — You just want things to look better.

And they can.


Are you ready to look like a pro, without all the headaches?

Say goodbye to template doomscrolling and wasted money on freelancers

It’s possible for you to stop worrying that people won’t take you seriously because your design is kind of a mess.

It’s possible for you to know that everything you designed is going to look good and match.

It’s possible for you to spend less time going back and forth with team members or contractors, and get better results.

It’s possible for you to charge more and make more sales because you look and feel like a total boss.

Are you ready to learn how to design your brand the right way, in a fraction of the time and at a fraction of the cost?



The Uplevel Your Brand™ Design Mini-Course

In just a few hours, you can permanently uplevel everything you create… forever

The design tools available to us as entrepreneurs are pretty amazing. But, if you’re not careful, you can create a big mess for yourself that is time-consuming (and costly) to undo.

I kept seeing my entrepreneur friends accidentally end up using 14 different fonts and 37 different colors… and then wonder why their design didn’t look good.

And that’s why I created this course.

In as little as an afternoon, you'll create your brand design toolkit and you’ll never accidentally end up with a bunch of materials that don’t match.

I’ve distilled my Bachelor’s degree in graphic design PLUS over a decade of professional experience down into plain English advice that you can implement today.

There are just three simple components that will serve as the building blocks for everything you’ll ever create.

By the end of this short course, you’ll move out of overwhelm and into action.

Due to the non-returnable nature of digital products, all sales are final.


Like these illustrations? Would you believe that 1) they're free and 2) you can customize them to match your brand... without any special software? This is exactly what you'll learn inside the course.

Here's What You'll Learn:

Module 1

Set the Foundation

You'll answer key questions to help you uncover the attitude and general feel for your brand, which will guide you through the rest of the course.

Module 2

Find Your Fonts

Discover the easiest and fastest way to choose the right fonts, plus common pitfalls to avoid.

Module 3

Choose Your Colors

Learn how to find designer-approved color palettes (for free), plus how to tweak and troubleshoot common issues.

Module 4

Enhance with Visual Elements

Learn where to find visual elements that will set you apart. Plus, understand how to create cohesion across different products or offerings.

Module 5

Finishing Touches

You'll organize everything you've created into one place. Plus, I'll give you guidance on how to implement your new brand.

What you’ll walk away with:

  • All of your branding assets collected in one place inside a well-organized Dropbox or Google folder
  • A simple brand guidelines document — bookmarked and easily accessible for you.
  • Foundationational design knowledge of how to choose fonts, colors, and visual elements.
  • Know how to choose and customize templates to match your brand.

Who Would Benefit From This Course?

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Online Business Owners
Entrepreneurs selling online courses, information products, or coaching services


Creators and Thought Leaders
Experts, authors, or coaches who market their content and programs online


... and their team
Virtual assistants, social media managers, or marketing professionals

Other solutions cost an arm and a leg

You could hire an agency or freelancer and spend thousands of dollars on this process. (My fees start at $1500 for 1-on-1 services like this.)

You could hire someone inexpensive on Upwork or 99 Designs... and still be frustrated after 47 revisions.

You could try to DIY it alone... spending hours and hours sorting through YouTube tutorials.

Or, you could enroll in this course for only $97.

Due to the non-returnable nature of digital products, all sales are final.

For a limited time, The Uplevel Your Brand™ Design Mini-Course is available at an incredibly affordable price.

The course includes 15+ short video lessons — including screencasts where you’ll be able to “peek over my shoulder” while I talk you through my thought process and design choices. Plus worksheets and other goodies to make this process as easy as possible for you.

Even if you ultimately decide to outsource the execution of your branding, the foundational knowledge you’ll gain in this course will make you an excellent client partner.

Plus, you’ll be better able to evaluate the work of your designer. It’s truly a win-win for you and your designer.

Due to the non-returnable nature of digital products, all sales are final.

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