I get a lot of people filling in my logo design brief with junk copy just so they can get a sense of what questions are spread out over the five pages.
This actually bothers me for a few reasons, but the main one is the sense of disappointment I feel immediately after being excited at thinking another job has come through.
I see the email; I think I have a new job; the excitement hits me; I read the email and discover it’s just been filled in with gibberish which ultimately leaves me with a huge sense of disappointment.
For example: job enquiries have been very quiet the last month, then last night three submissions came in! I was so excited. Turns out all three were from the same person, and all filled in with complete gibberish. But before realising it was gibberish, I thought I had three new jobs come in. That really does piss me off.
One-page logo design brief dummy
So to try and reduce this frustration, I have created a one-page dummy of the logo design brief which is downloadable as a PDF for you.
The thing is, one only need ask me for copy of the form rather than wasting your own time filling in 5 pages of complete twaddle. Just saying…
Now one doesn’t need to fill in my form with junk just to get an idea of what questions I ask, and you’ll save me the bitter disappointment in the process.
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Date of PublicationFirst Published on: 2013/12/05 and Updated on: 2016/09/14
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