9 TIPS FOR BRIEFING YOUR GRAPHIC DESIGNER

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We have just found this great checklist over on Buttercup Ink’s blog on briefing your graphic designer. 

If you’re a new client to us – this is a great list to have at the ready in order to hand over all the relevant information we may need to get going on a design project.

1. It’s important to introduce your business so we get a good glimpse at what you’re ethos is and to get a feel of what you and your customer/client base is all about

2. You may want your business or brand to send out a certain feeling or message. You may have a specifictarget market whether it’s an age demographic, or gender, or business category. For example, if you were a local bookshop wanting to promote to young children, you would want a welcoming, clean, child-friendly message. With bright colours and simple graphics/illustrations. 

3. Outline the look and style of what design you require…

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