Writing a Brief for Graphic Design Work
Okay, so you’ve taken the plunge and engaged a professional graphic designer. Now, this second step is probably one of the most important – WRITE A CLEAR DESIGN BRIEF. The more detail you can put in your design brief, the better. Include your company background and be clear on your objectives. Target audience and timelines are essential and some design examples will also help. This way, any issues can be discussed before the designer starts work which will again be saving you money in the long run. Visuals or inspiration.mood boards are also a great way of convey your ideas if you are having trouble finding the words.
Questions to consider can be found in the nine steps to writing a killer brief below but most importantly make a phone call to us if you need some assistance in this area, we are the professionals and know the questions to ask to fish this this information out!