Get a designer to write your design brief

The better the brief, the better the outcome. And the best design briefs come from those who know how to speak design language.

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1-hour interactive session
15 min chat
Concise brief

To brief a designer, you need to think like a designer

The most important step of every project is the briefing process. We are all about letting creative designers have the freedom to be creative, but you need to be clear about your goals and your audience if you want to get results truly tailored to your business.

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Define the problem.

A quick call lets us get to know you a little better and gives you a chance to let loose with all that bottled up design-related frustration in your business. We are looking to understand not just what you want, but why you want it.

15 min call

Clarity around your needs

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Establish goals.

A one-hour session lets us delve a little deeper into your user personas and what business goals the designs are trying to achieve. The resulting document will define the limitations and desired outcomes of your project.

1-hour interactive session

A concise brief for your project

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3

Map out deliverables.

A three-hour session, with a few collaborative design exercises, lets us break down the most efficient and effective way to achieve your desired outcome. We then define a clear set of deliverables complete with timelines and budgets.

"Alyoop helped find simple design solutions to complex userflows and features on our hybrid desktop and mobile app."
Cameron Ryan
CTO of Hydrawise

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Establish goals.

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Define your problem.

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Map out deliverables.

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