AS SEEN IN:
Melissa Burkheimer is an Iowa girl who helps expert entrepreneurs transform launches into record-breaking blockbusters using iconic design + launch strategies that convert.
She’s worked on dozens of launches as a designer, strategist, and manager that have collectively generated multiple 7 figures in revenue. In 2018, she launched The Design Business Show, a podcast that teaches expert entrepreneurs how to use design to build credibility and increase conversions. The podcast won “Best Podcast” at the 2019 Social Media Club Hashie Awards.
Today, her mission is simple: give design a voice, and help entrepreneurs sell their offers online using, Launch Design That Converts, a methodology taught exclusively inside Conversion Design School™, a virtual program she launched in 2019.
When she’s not designing sales pages, she’s probably sipping tea, lounging in her pool, listening to 90’s Mariah Carey hits, or making a plan for her plans.
Popular Features, Interviews + Guest Columns
Sales Page Designs That Convert
You can design a sales page that converts and gives your product the glory it deserves. I’ll share smart, effective ways to do it.
How Designers Can Stand Out + Grow Their Businesses
I’ll show designers how to discover what makes them different amongst other designers, and use practical strategies to grow profitable businesses.
Every designer who works in the field of design should understand how to create the entire design project around the goal of conversion and sales. I can show them how.
Systems + Processes
My project management style of operating can shape the foundation for your daily biz operations, allowing you to focus on your genius.
Running a Business + Raising Kids
I’ve created a multiple six-figure design business while also driving kids to school and while never missing a little league game. It’s not easy, but with the right support + business model, any parent can make it happen.
Check me out on Good Morning America. Sort Of.
While on an unforgettable stroll in Central Park in 2015, my boys and I were interviewed by Good Morning America. Well my oldest son made it on TV, with my hair and shoulders gracefully by his side.