Rescue your projects & your projects’ people.

The school for people who run creative projects.

Train with us and learn how fast you can put a stop to drowning budgets, smouldering clients, and drifting timelines. Navigate scope changes and take back your calendar, too.


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All the support you can handle. For you, your teams, and your design & development projects.

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Get better at managing the things you make online


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Rachel has that rare gift of maintaining contagious optimism even when things get rocky. She’s able to speak to clients in a way that answers their concerns without hurting the team or the goals of the project. I’ve seen her share her experiences as a PM with a crowd and watch the audience get it immediately. She’s a natural born teacher.

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The bees knees of digital PM education wants a word with you.

Rachel’s approach to project management is a critical aspect to operating a successful design biz. Potentially the most important aspect considering your core job in design is to manage successful projects for clients. Louder Than Ten asks the right questions, drills into the impact of solid relationships, and works into the core of running awesome projects. It also helps that they are rad people–the type that you want to collaborate with and have working with your team.

Train with us and flip your projects right‑side‑up

Money

  • Charge what you’re worth and get paid sooner
  • Watch clients offer to pay for changes before you mention them
  • Anticipate your cash-flow more accurately and make better revenue predictions

Time

  • Hone your efficiency by keeping your calendar clean and your timelines tight
  • Reclaim your evenings and weekends like a mighty warrior
  • Say no to unrealistic timelines with a smile that’s reciprocated

Communication

  • Maneuver through tough conversations and soften stony faces
  • Turn clients into partners and teams into allies who all pull together
  • End bad client or team relationships and feel good about it

Scope

  • Land on the money when estimating functionality, scope, and project risks
  • Keep a tight grip on project scope and push additional requests to phase two or three or seven
  • Say no when it matters and yes when it adds up

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But let us preemptively say: yes—we’re huge fans of Hall & Oates.