Are you looking for a graphic design team to help you visualise your ideas?
In order to nail your design first time, your agency will need some information. The more detailed you can be with your brief, the more chance your agency has of delivering what you're looking for on time, and avoiding lengthy rounds of feedback.
But writing a design brief isn't easy, especially if you don't have a design background. How are you supposed to know what information your agency needs to complete your project?
Fortunately, we do. So we've put together this brief template to help you gather all the information your agency will need to deliver the right results for your business. Simply fill out these details and pass it on to your design agency of choice.
(This PDF contains forms that you can fill out. You'll need to download it in order to use these.)
Who wrote this?
She/her; red/blue. Mel is a writer, editor and designer. Equally happy hiking a muddy trail as playing tabletop roleplay games by candlelight. Will seize any opportunity for a party, as long as said party features copious food, prosecco and hits from the 1980s. Her true passion lies in words. A student of literature, she is fascinated by enduring myths, etymology and science fiction. Kurt Vonnegut is her hero. “We are here on Earth to fart around, and don't let anybody tell you different.”