Your Kickstarter project image is the single most important image on your page and one of the most important decisions of your launch. And yet, so many creators treat it as an after thought. In this session, you’ll learn how to avoid the most common image mistakes and learn how to craft a compelling image for your next launch.
Highlights of this Session Include:
- 9 Quick-fire Kickstarter Image Tips
- 3 Don’ts and 2 Dos when creating your image
- Where to look for inspiration for you project images other than Kickstarter
- Plus: A Simple, easy to follow 5 step plan to nail your Kickstarter image every launch
3 Image Design DOs
3 Image Design DON’Ts
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