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|POP-UP BOOK PROJECT - DESIGN BRIEF|
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|In this project you will design pop-up book for a young child.|
|Writing a Design Brief:|
A design brief is usually a paragraph in which the designer explains what he / she intends to design. For this project, it will include key information such as:
A description / explanation of the target market (who you expect to be your potential customers).
Writing a Design Brief, allows you (the designer) to explain to potential customers / clients, what you intend to design and manufacture.
|Below is an example of a simple Design Brief, that sets out the main features of a design for a pop-up book. One way of starting a design brief is to write subtitles, and underneath each one, a sentence.|
EXAMPLE DESIGN BRIEF OUTLINE
The target audience of the pop-up book.
How many double pages you would like to include.
The theme of the book e.g. Jungle, Beach, Space, Food etc
What the story is going to be based around.
|Then rewrite the design brief, removing the subtitles. You may have to reword some of the sentences.|
THE DESIGN BRIEF AS A PARAGRAPH
My pop-up book will be aimed at young children.
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