Join a community of people learning how to build an audience by making visuals daily.
How did they get so many eyeballs on their projects within (what seems like) a very short amount of time?
They were all doing a very small selection of actions. They continue to do this.
- They practiced daily for a *very* long amount of time to an audience of nobody.
- That daily practice attracted somebody.
- That person would share it with somebody else.
- The day after you had 2 people watching.
- Repeat every day.
Day after day they built their audiences through making a commitment to make daily content.
- Show up, whether they wanted to or not.
- Be willing to produce bad work to get to the good work.
- Build in public daily.
Over time that daily practice can build into hundreds of thousands—if not millions—of fans.
I want to show you how to do the same with visuals.
Why should you listen to me?
I'm Craig. I've been a professional designer for over 15 years. I've ran my own design agency in the UK for over 10 years. I've made thousands of visuals to a professional standard for many many years.
Over the last year I've become obsessed with the idea of Visual Twitter.
I've even been on podcasts to talk about it.
More importantly, I have completed lots of daily projects. Most of them I run for a year.
- I designed a poster a day for 365 days. I improved my skills, became a better designer, built an online following and put on an exhibition of my posters.
- I took a photo a day for 365 days. I found 20 other people to do it with me, and built a social experiment around people doing stuff more regularly.
- I designed a 12" record sleeve every day for 365 days. I failed this one at day 142. I'll tell you more about that in the book.
- I learned how to make a podcast by making one every day for 365 days. On day one, I didn't even know how to make a podcast and had never previously recorded my voice. On day 365, I'd created 3 shows and had learned how to record, produce, market and make a
- I then wrote the book on it.
I believe the reason I've managed to improve so much within a year on all of these projects is because I was practicing daily.
This is now something I'll never stop and I want to bring you in on it.
This is for you if...
- You want to start making visuals but you don't know where to start.
- You have already started making daily visuals but you want feedback and accountability.
- You're just curious about the potential of this Visual Twitter thing and want to learn.
- You're willing to commit to daily practice.
What you'll get
- Access to a Slack community of people doing the same as you.
- Daily feedback.
- Accountability to produce daily.
- Direct access to me. I'll be there right with you making daily visuals.
- Tutorials, tips, tricks and direct actionable advice.
- Access to The Visual Library: all of my design tutorials inside a dedicated resource you can search and refer back to.
What others are saying
It feels like everybody is uplifting everyone else! I do not feel that kind of community in any other visual school!
If you're looking to elevate your visual game on a daily basis this is the community for you.
Can't wait to see you inside!
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