Creative requests course
How to manage a creative requests project in Asana
When design requests are coming in from every direction, keeping track of everything gets tricky, fast. That’s because you end up spending a good chunk of time consolidating information to create a single source of truth instead of delivering on the design work itself. What if you could start each day with a clear picture of all the design work being requested by other teams and divvy up work accordingly by priority, due date, and project scope?
You can get there by centralizing your creative production process. By designating one place for housing all design requests, you only need to check one place for all the work that needs to be completed—instead of fielding email, Slack, and in-person syncs to wrap your head around everything. You can use a web form, a project in Asana, or a combination of the two. Whatever you use, the important thing is to establish one place—and one place only.
This way, everyone else knows where to look to move forward on design work: Marketing managers can request creative assets for their digital campaigns, events, and blog content. Designers and copywriters know where to look for new project assignments or status updates. And most importantly, design managers have a single, clear view of all the work happening on their team at any given time.
This is an on-demand, interactive course. By completing this course, you will learn how to:
- Create a project to centralize requests
- Connect a form to capture more requests and standardize the process
- Triage new requests
- Collaborate with the creative team and other stakeholders
- Manage the creative pipeline
- Watch 6 separate video chapters
- Take 4 quizzes
- 10-20 minutes per chapter
- 1-2 hours for the entire course
- The Asana Community is a great place to ask questions, get answers and learn how other customers use Asana.
- Read this blog post about managing creative requests.
- Check out the Marketing Playbook for a lot of other strategies.
After you complete all six chapters, you’ll be ready to manage any incoming creative requests.
Let’s get started.