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Happy Tech Tip Tuesday!! Today, I'm talking about how to use keyboard shortcuts to increase your efficiency when you're using a computer. Here are some of my favourites!

Anyone who knows me, knows that I am a very process oriented person. I'm a firm believer that a strong, repeatable process is the difference between an interior design firm that is profitable and one that is not. So pop quiz time! Do you always stick to your process?

In your day to day life as a designer, you often feel like you have to prove yourself. You first have to prove to the client that they should hire a designer. Then you have to prove to the client that they should hire you to be the designer. Then you have to prove to them that it's a good idea to sign your contract and pay your deposit. Then you have to prove to them that the design you created is the one that they should go with. It's exhausting, and often feels endless.

If you know us, then you know that we always like to put on one heck of a Black Friday sale! And of course this year is no different. So, if you've been thinking about getting on Mydoma, or upgrading from a monthly plan to an annual one, then now is the time to make it happen!

People talk, right? And you want them to talk about your business since referrals account for 65% of new deals, but you probably knew that already. But, I don’t think past clients are your BEST source of referrals for new business. Why not, you ask? Because…

Happy  Tech Tip Tuesday, everyone! Have you ever wished that you could combine two PDFs into one? How about compressing a PDF so it is easier to upload? Follow along as I walk you through Adobe Acrobat's easy online PDF editor. (Please note that if you plan to use these tools regularly, you'll need to get a paid subscription to Adobe.)

Who's your target market? Defining your brand begins with that question. How would you answer it? Maybe you'd say "Well, I do eDesign, so anyone who speaks English, or lives in a predominantly English-speaking country..." or maybe something like "I serve the Denver area, so anyone who's looking for design services in Denver..." It can be tempting to answer like that, but here's why you're doing yourself a disservice.