If I had to choose, Asana would be my absolute favorite tool I use in my business.
In the simplest terms, Asana is a virtual to-do list I share with clients for each new project.
However, it really is so much more than that. It simplifies communication, keeps files organized and ensures the project stays on track.
I started building websites for clients in 2016 and quickly realized email communication alone wouldn’t suffice. A fellow designer recommended Asana and I’ve been with them since. I’ll admit I tested a few other project management systems but nothing has come close to Asana.
Any tool I use in my business has to simplify my life in one way or another. Asana does just that for both me and my clients. It also:
- keeps the project organized by clearly outlining every step of the project.
- ensures everyone is on the same page at all times.
- keeps the lines of communication open (+ organized).
- prevents delays with the schedule clearly outlined via Asana’s due dates and email reminders.
Today I wanted to provide you with a simple introduction to Asana and a quick overview of how I use it to collaborate with clients.