Creative and Design Briefs.

Please use one of the above to complete the most suitable brief for your project/job request.

Creative Brief is for a project that requires full creative conceptual work, along with design through to finished art and despatch.

Design Brief is for a project where we are working, usually, from a template based job that we have on file, an adaption of an old job or from brand templates we have on file.

Website Brief is to let us know what kind of website you are looking for.

Cost estimate is for a project/job you would like an estimated cost quote.

Why do we need a written brief?

By definition, a creative brief (or creative briefing) is a document produced by you with the goal of establishing the defining aspects of the creative piece of work you’re requiring, such as marketing material, a website or web banner etc. It represents the first step in the journey of producing all sorts of material.

It is the blueprint, a guide, even a source of inspiration. It details your objectives, audience/community, message or utility, the context in which we’ll engage with your audience, timing and, of course, your budget. In short, the what, who, where, when.

Here’s a great video from our friends at D&AD that wonderfully explains why it’s important to relay your creative requirement.  It’s well worth the 3 minutes of your time to take a look.