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Drupal for Designers by Dani Nordin

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Appendix A. Project Brief

Note

This brief borrows heavily from Happy Cog’s project planner (http://www.happycog.com/), with a bent towards both branding and Drupal projects. I made this available as a download from the zen kitchen’s website; clients would download it in Word, fill it out and send it back to us before we got back to them with a proposal. This can be very handy for getting a head start on the discovery process.

Hey There! It’s Nice to Meet You.

This handy worksheet is designed to help us get a feel for your organization’s background, goals, and design needs, and to help make sure that everyone is on the same page so that we can create the most accurate proposal possible for your project. The information in this document is also an important part of the zen kitchen’s proven design process—your answers here serve an important role in clarifying direction, messaging and audience up front. This makes it easier for us to produce award-winning strategic design for our clients.

When you’re finished, save the document as {organization name}_planner.doc (replacing {organization name} with the name of your particular organization), and email the document to . Please allow up to 1 week for a response. In a hurry? Just let us know and we’ll let you know if we can help you sooner.

Note

While this project planner includes information that will help us for identity, print and web projects, it also includes some information that is specific to certain types of projects. Feel ...

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