The time is getting closer to the launch of the all new and improved CZ Classes!
This post today is for all of my students (and possibly my future students!) First, let me say this: thank you.
Thank you for taking a chance on my classes. Thank you for spending your money with me. Thank you for your feedback. I take the negative and the positive together to make experiences the best that they can be for you.
In the next few weeks, I will be learning a whole new class set up system. The current system will not be going away, so while I work out the nuts and bolts, all current students will have access to their classes. The change that is coming? A log in for students so you will easily be able to access your class content. No more PDFs with secret links and codes. I haven’t quite worked out how I will make this all magically happen but I will be getting schooled by my web designer over the next few weeks in the hopes of making it seamless and smooth. I appreciate your patience during the transition.
Now, my plea to current students: in each classroom, there is the option to subscribe to the class newsletter. If you haven’t done this, please consider doing so as I will be sending out info to my current students via the class newsletters. In the coming months, I will be merging the newsletters into one CZ Classes newsletter. Of course, you can opt out of it in the future if it doesn’t apply to you.
I will also be doing a blog post when the new site is live about how students can create an account on the new site. The new site is going to look the same as my current site. My current site isn’t going anywhere. I just wanted a clear and separate URL to handle my class content and the methods I’ll be using to manage them.
And when the new site launches, I’ll have one new class (which is really an old class, but one that I updated all the projects and handouts!), and it’s called Ten Tips for Better Type. And it’s a good one.
Just wanted to let my students know this is coming soon, and to again express my sincere thanks to you.
I am a very small boat in a sea of online crafting classes and products. You help me to stay afloat and feel confident in my swimsuit.
Or something like that.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m getting ready to take my girl to college on Saturday. I have some crying to do!
Have a great weekend!