Getting Ideas From a Design Brief [EP 5/44]



When undertaking design, you want to avoid making arbitrary decisions, good design has meaning and substance behind it.

Young and new designers may be inclined to jump straight into the creative part of the design process and think about the end solution as soon as they receive a brief.

Over the past few videos we looked at how to set up everything in preparation to begin a logo design project.

In this video we are going to kick off the design process, jump into the discovery phase and start with the first step and look at how we can get ideas from a design brief.

Let’s get into it!

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COURSE PLAYLIST:

This video is part of a 44 part course:

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TOPICS COVERED:

00:00 Introduction
02:02 Task 1 – Print Brief, Highlight & Maker Notes
04:56 Task 2 – Brief Questions
05:37 Task 3 – Unpack Brief Summary
09:40 Task 4 – Take Notes Of Initial Ideas
10:42 Task 5 – Plan Research Direction

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