It’s also trendy to use them as content upgrades for more information or in courses or your membership site to help guide your members through a step-by-step process.
Essentially, they’re the same thing.
I design my workbooks with a front and back cover. It’s like a mini ebook, but with sections to write down notes and answers if needed. And since I’m putting a lot of work into these, I want my readers to feel that they’re getting a high-quality product from me. A beautifully designed workbook draws your readers in and gets them excited about your work.
Worksheets, on the other hand, get to the point of the subject matter faster and will include branding elements and your name, but it won’t always have the cover page.
Worksheets are perfect for quick tutorials or...
Alright, ladies. I’ll let you in on a little snippet of what we’re about to dive into in this training.
We’ll be covering:
And some IRL examples of what you’ll be able to create by the end.
*cue your Boss Babe Anthem playlist*
00:17 What to use product mockups for
01:05 3 resources for mock ups
01:50 The different types of mock ups
02:12 Looking at your tablet or phone for reference
02:41 Stey by Step instructions to add your images to your mockups
04:05 Using a premade/designed image
07:10 Horizontal images and screenshots