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Written Logo Design Briefs
Using the written logo design briefs is an excellent way to practice logo design. Especially after you have practiced using the FakeClients generators, these written practice briefs are a great way to challenge yourself a bit more. Besides the logo design briefs, you can also try out working on one from the many other fields. You can use some of the briefs for free but to get access to all 202 briefs, upgrade your account.
As a logo designer, whether you are a beginner or a pro, you've likely used or at least come across a logo design brief before. Logo design briefs come in all forms but in short, it's a set of requirements that a client sends to a logo designer when they're in need of a new logo. In a logo design brief, the client (typically a company), will describe their company and will give you an outline of what they are looking for in terms of the logo and factors that you need to keep in mind. If you already have experience you'd also know that there is a lot more that goes into a good logo design brief. Besides the hard facts of a company, things like the name and industry, factors like the company's goals, target audience, and overall tone are equally, if not more important to logo designers. A company that's aimed at children will for example need a completely different logo than a logo for a company that creates products for elderly people. Logo design clients can also vary widely in terms of their requirements as some will give the logo designer complete freedom while others already have an idea in mind that they want the logo designer to produce.