Brief


A description of what you are trying to achieve with your project[2]. There are two kinds of briefs:

* Initial brief[3] – a statement that you make at the beginning of your project that tells the people reading it what you will do, and why. It also tells the reader what you think will happen.

*Final brief – Once you have finished the project, you reflect[4] (look back on) your initial brief and write a final brief which includes any evaluation or testing[1] you’ve done on your project.

Terms definitions
1. testing. Testing is about confirming decisions and ensuring that the desired result is produced form and outcome or component. Related Articles: Environmental Damage: Taking Damage from an AreaGlossary: ComponentGlossary: Conceptual statementGlossary: Design ideasGlossary: Conceptual statement (in a developed brief)Glossary: Fitness for purposeGlossary: Legal responsibilitiesGlossary: PrototypeGlossary: Specifications (in a brief)Glossary: Technological solutionGlossary: LegalGlossary: SpecificationsGlossary: SolutuonStage 3 – […]
2. project. A series of tasks that need to be completed in order to reach a specific outcome Related Articles: Environmental Damage: Taking Damage from an AreaGlossary: ComponentGlossary: Conceptual statementGlossary: Design ideasGlossary: Conceptual statement (in a developed brief)Glossary: Fitness for purposeGlossary: Legal responsibilitiesGlossary: PrototypeGlossary: Specifications (in a brief)Glossary: Technological solutionGlossary: LegalGlossary: SpecificationsGlossary: SolutuonStage 3 – Proposal and […]
3. brief. A description of what you are trying to achieve with your project. There are two kinds of briefs: * Initial brief – a statement that you make at the beginning of your project that tells the people reading it what you will do, and why. It also tells the reader what you think will happen. […]
4. reflect. Carefully think back on something with the intention of improving the outcome in the future Related Articles: Environmental Damage: Taking Damage from an AreaGlossary: ComponentGlossary: Conceptual statementGlossary: Design ideasGlossary: Conceptual statement (in a developed brief)Glossary: Fitness for purposeGlossary: Legal responsibilitiesGlossary: PrototypeGlossary: Specifications (in a brief)Glossary: Technological solutionGlossary: LegalGlossary: SpecificationsGlossary: SolutuonStage 3 – Proposal and Presentation […]