This simple and easy-to-use template will help you capture project requirements so that support members understand your objective(s).
Briefing is an important part of ensuring a project turns out successful. Putting in the effort to provide a proper brief will ultimately save time, money, and reduce frustration.
Great output requires great input — garbage in, garbage out.
Who Is This For?
Brands: Use this to brief internal teams or third-party vendors to make sure they have the relevant info to do an excellent job.
Agencies: Use this to help fill in the blanks for clients you work with who didn’t prepare a proper project brief.
This template is meant to help project owners capture critical project-related information in one place. Briefing internal teams or third-parties should begin with a quality set of requirements to identify your current problem or situation, what you want to achieve, a scope of work, time schedule, and budget.