UNIT 4
Designing to a brief

OUTCOME 1
The brief


ASSESSMENT TASK
Prepare one brief that decribes a client's
communication need and specifies possible resolutions,
and proposes two distinct final visual communication
presentations suitable for a stated audience/s

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                  PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE ARE
                  
SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
                  
UNIT 4 DESIGN BRIEF WHICH WILL
                  DIFFER FROM OTHER INFORMATION
                  YOU WILL READ ABOUT WHAT A BRIEF IS
                  
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You will need to demonstrate the ability to:

c     identify the communication need of the client

c     describe the purpose of each visual communication,
      including audience characteristics

c     propose possible resolutions to the brief for the
      production of two distinct final visual communication
      presentations on two presentation formats


You will need to demonstrate knowledge of

c     the communication need of a client,
      including constraints and expectations

c     the purpose, including the audience characteristics
      of each visual communication

c     the context and presentation format of each visual
     communication, for example, a billboard located on
     a freeway, an interactive website, an A4 full colour
     magazine page, an architectural model for public display
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