Thanks so much for purchasing my client brief template. Come to this page by mistake? This guide refers to the client brief template available in the shop, here. The client brief is all about making sure you and your client are on the same page. It does not replace your contract, but it does offer a written document to confirm what your client has asked you to do.
Firstly, the examples and template themselves use a couple of fonts. These are free for commercial use at the time of this guide, but always double-check the license to ensure they are suitable for your use. They are available to download at the following links. To make the template appear as it does in the video guide, download and install these fonts. The ones with the check mark are in the template files and the others are in the example files.
- Reey download at FontSquirrel
- League Script at FontSquirrel
- Butler at FontSquirrel
- Montserrat at Google Fonts
- Josefin Sans at Google Fonts
- Roboto at Google Fonts
For detailed guidance on how to use the template in InDesign:
For detailed guidance on how to use the template in PowerPoint (Similar to Google Slides):
Of course, if you have any questions about how to use the template, please visit my templates support page, here. There, you’ll find a quick form to fill out where I can understand the issues you’re facing, and I’ll do my best to get back to you quickly.
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Again, thanks so much for purchasing this template! A lot of love went into creating this template as my biggest hope is to help designers in working more efficiently and professionally with templates and digital skills.