The first step in any custom design process is to create an original design brief. To understand the client and their needs, we must ask questions and gain a thorough understanding of their business, industry, and issues. This preliminary stage of custom graphic design will be completed. Regardless of what the client prefers – whether it’s over the phone, in person, through an internet design questionnaire, or simply via email. Finally, a creative brief is meant to help designers understand the project overview; the more they know, the better they will communicate through the initial design concepts.
I totally agree. One of the most difficult issues is trying to find a template that covers a large subset or area of concern. It is difficult to narrow down or be “one on one” in a large environment. Hopefully “COMMUNITY” joins in and it becomes self sufficient to a point. We can lead people to a subject but expertise becomes a matter of opinion
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