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  2. Emily Read wrote on

    Finally got around to watching this and loved it! I just downloaded the Balsamiq trial to give it a go, and I am pretty much sold. You should be asking them for a cut ;-) Or at least a free branded t-shirt or something haha.
    It was interesting to get some insights into your approach to copywriting too, and I learnt a few things about design that I was previously unaware of. So all up, it was 40 minutes well spent. Thank you Glenn!

    1. Glenn Murray wrote on

      Thanks Emily. I honestly didn’t set out to make a 40 min video. I thought I’d be done in 5! But one thing led to another…

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  6. Keith Dvorak wrote on

    Did you delete the video? I’m clearly late to the party, but would like to watch it.

    Regardless, thank you for sharing! I just found this site today (finally heard the term “copy deck”).


    1. Glenn Murray wrote on

      Hey Keith. Thanks heaps for the heads up on this problem. For some reason the Wistia embed of the video wasn’t working. All fixed now (I used the YouTube embed instead.) Thanks again! :-)

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  8. Dane Alexander wrote on

    Hey Glenn. Awesome tutorial! Thanks a bunch.
    Kate Toon mentioned your approach on her podcast, and it seemed a bit more aligned with my approach to website copy decks. I’ve been trying to mock up website layout in Word, but it’s a bit limited. I like to see the way the words will look and feel on a web page. Particularly for small businesses I work with that may be doing their own web pages.
    I just downloaded Balsamiq. I’m looking forward to getting stuck into it. Thanks again for the advice!
    – Dane

    1. Glenn Murray wrote on

      Awesome! Glad you found it helpful. That’s exactly how I found my way into wireframing – started in Word.

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