Thanks so much for purchasing my project time sheets template. This one isn’t for the clients, but for you. With this template, you’ll be able to track your hours spent on a particular project, track variable hourly rates, and determine if you ended up being profitable. Did you find this page by mistake? Just in case, the product page for the project time sheets template is here.
Too often, the number of hours designers spend on a project don’t get billed appropriately. This can sometimes be our fault, our clients’ fault, or just inefficient processes. By recording your and your team members’ time, you’ll be able to identify if a project is profitable and where you need to up the efficiency to work better next time. (Of course, if you’re billing a client hourly, this can also keep tabs on that, too!)
Firstly, for this template, I’ve set up an Excel theme font using Montserrat which is a free font available from Google fonts here. You’re welcome to use any font though, but you may need to check the sizing for printing. That being said, Montserrat is a typically wide font, meaning most alternatives will print fine.
For detailed guidance on how to use the template:
In the video, I mention calculating your hourly rate, whether you’re billing a client hourly or not. Here’s the blog post and template describing more about your hourly rate in detail.
Of course, if you have any questions about how to use the template, please visit my templates support page, here. There, you’ll find a quick form to fill out where I can understand the issues you’re facing, and I’ll do my best to get back to you quickly.
If you have any feedback for this template, I’d love to hear from you! For feedback and/or reviews, please visit this page:
Again, thanks so much for purchasing this template! A lot of love went into creating this template as my biggest hope is to help designers in working more efficiently and professionally with templates and digital skills.