Harnessing the vision of black prowess & prosperity with handmade jewelry.
I was first introduced to Zangar (pronounced ZUNG-uh) by my friend and photographer, Nicolas Andrew. Ever since our first call, I knew that we had a wonderful connection in which we shared the same values and vision in empowering people of African/aboriginal descent through our passions and talents.
Since then, we've been working diligently together to build and launch his brand and website to establish Zangar as the astutely talented handmade jewelry maker he is with a presence that bespoke of regality, honor, and power.
Zangar was a 'founding member' if you will of Launch Your Website 30-90 Intensive™, a now non-existent, six-week one-on-one coaching experience in which I helped people actively create the materials to build and launch their website.
Here's some of what we accomplished to help Zangar for the launch of ZMakesBeads:
- Secure a domain and domain email for his business.
- Design a sleek visual brand identity that captured the essence of the brand.
- Designed and printed business cards and logo-marked paper bags for in-person vendor events.
- Design and launch a temporary Coming Soon page to collect emails before official website is live.
- Take photos of merchandise that will be sold on the website (Zangar did this with his brother who is a photographer).
Psst...want to do some of the things I listed above together? Find out how we can work together collaboratively for 6 hours.
We worked with exactly where Zangar was at to make sure the process wasn't overwhelming, yet make our goal ever-present and attainable.
An important factor was making sure to be flexible with how we did things. Although, the homework could be accessed within a Client Access Portal, Zangar was very hands-on and not as tech-savvy like most modern millennials (sorry, Zangar😅). Because of this, we worked at his pace and workflow; making sure that we were both on the same page before moving on to anything else.
Here's what Zangar had to say about the whole experience...
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