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After landing a client, the designer's first chore is to communicate and develop the initial idea, whether it's a storyboard for a film or ad, or a multifaceted marketing campaign for a product or service. Learn how to transform a client's request into a presentable concept in this course. Craig Smallish walks through the development process for various creative scenarios, from assessing the client and the scope of the job to free-associating and sketching your ideas. Learn to create descriptive copy to accompany your visuals and create iteration after iteration of your design. Finally, Craig shows how to choose your strongest idea through a process of refinement.
(music playing) Hi, I'm Craig Smallish. Being involved in the creative industry as an art director, illustrator, and educator has enabled me to develop useful strategies for building original concepts. Dwindling time and budgets make it vital to have a concept-development process that works effectively so that every assignment stands a far better change of being successful. In this course, we'll target key strategies that creatives can use to develop their best work, from storytelling scenarios to viewing online resources with a new perspective, to spinning your concept 180 degrees.
These unique resources can speed your process and improve the concepts you develop. The strategies I'll demonstrate in these lessons will help you push your creativity to a new level. So the next time you're experiencing a creative block or when the pressure of a deadline or a tight budget is cramping your creativity, you'll be ready, armed with methods to help you develop and design your very best ideas. Let's get started.
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