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Freelancing A-Z: #2 How To Create A Client Brief

Dawid Tuminski, www.dawidtuminski.com

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10 Lessons (36m)
    • 1. Freelancing A-Z How To Set Up a Client Brief Promo

      1:01
    • 2. Freelance Class What is a Client Brief?

      4:23
    • 3. Let's make some arrangements first

      4:01
    • 4. How To Create Input Fields

      2:58
    • 5. How to Create Checkboxes

      3:12
    • 6. How to add the Calendar

      3:30
    • 7. How to Creata a Drop-down List

      3:28
    • 8. How to add font styles

      5:58
    • 9. How to add our branding to the client brief

      3:42
    • 10. How to Protect Your Client Brief

      3:48

About This Class

"Thanks a lot for sharing valuable information about what we can do with MS Word"

Welcome to the second part of the Graphic Design Freelancing A-Z course: How to create a client brief.

If you want to show your clients that you are a professional graphic design freelancer, you need to be professional from start to finish.

And it’s best to start your relations with your clients with a professionally looking client brief.

So in this project you will learn

  • How to create a professional client brief
  • How to make it interactive
  • How to add your branding to it
  • And How to protect it from some unauthorized editing

Your client brief will be your first piece of feedback you will get from your client it is essential to make it both professional and usable.

So enroll in the class and  let’s get started!

Dawid

PS If you like the class, please submit your review and class project.  It will help other students, just like you interested in topic I teach, in finding my classes. Thanks!

Transcripts

1. Freelancing A-Z How To Set Up a Client Brief Promo: Welcome to the second part of the graphic Design Freelance and A to Z course. How to set up a client brief. You know, if you want to show your clients that you are a professional graphic design freelancer, while you need to be professional from start to finish, and it's best to start your relations with your clients with a professionally looking client brief. So in this project you will learn how to create a professionally looking client brief, how to make it interactive, how toe end your brand into it and how to protect it from some unauthorized editing. And we will do all that using the good old Microsoft Word. Your client brief will be the first piece of feedback you get from your client, so it is essential to make both professional and usable. So in rolling the class and let's get started 2. Freelance Class What is a Client Brief?: think of a client brief as a simple for that you can easily create using Microsoft Word. Of course, we are modern freelancers, so we will create an interactive brief so our clients don't have to grab their pants and spend hours writing the answers in Acclaimed Brief is a set of questions that is used to communicate the idea of a project to that designer. So let's actually take a look at the reasons behind using a client brief. The most obvious answer would be to learn more things about the project. But it's more than that. A good client brief will ask. Not just that, what questions but also the why questions. For instance, Why do you need the logo? Why do you need a website or what's wrong with your current business cards? Etcetera. If you make your plan, think for a while about his or her project, you'll receive clearer, more coherent information than you would if you just spoke on the phone with your potential client. I mean, let your client think for a while let him wander about which colors he likes, what styles he or she likes and what they don't like. Trust me. If they are serious about their business, they will take the time to fill out your form. Plus, it will make your life easier because it can show you right off the bat in which direction you should go. And instead of trying to guess what your client had in mind when he meant I wanted to be a simple website and trust me, this is This is the line that I hear the most. And it just take a look at his or her answers. If he provided links to websites he has in mind, it was save you hours and hours of trying to guess what simple website means to him. You know, there were some common questions toe all your client briefs, but also some projects specific ones. So the most obvious common questions would be the name and contact information. Type off the business reasons behind the project, the deadline and optionally the budget for the project. And ah, quick side note here. If you like psychological tricks that can help you in your business, here's what you can do. After asking why the client wants a logo or website simply asked how much are you willing to invest in it. This will make him think about the project as an important investment, and we'll simply put, can result in a higher pay check for you. The will, of course, be questions. It will be project specific. So, for instance, if it's a Web design inclined brief, you ask something like what kind of a website would be? Is it going to be responsive, or will it use contact forms? Google maps, Maybe social media feeds, etcetera. But don't worry. You don't have to start from scratch off attached. Sample client briefs to this lecture and feel free to use them in where ever, where you want. You can change it and or remove questions, and you can brand it. But if someone asks you how you created your client brief, it would be great if you said that you learned it from my course. So when to use your client brief. I mean, whenever you're contacted by a potential clients, tell him or her that it would be great if they filled out a simple form that will help you in creating the best toe logo or website for them. And tell them I mean if they have any objections, But I don't think they should that it's gonna be short and that feeling it out shouldn't take longer than 10 minutes. And it will save a lot off time in the long run and asked them to save it and send it back to you. So after they are done filling it out, they should save it and send it back to you. And your job would be to name it properly. So you know which client sent it to you. Okay, so now that we know all the theoretical stuff, let's actually alert how to create an interactive client brief using Microsoft Word. And we will learn, actually, three things about it. First, we'll take a look how to create four different types of answers, which would be plain text check boxes, date picker and drop down menus. Not that that we're going to learn how to brand your client brief. So it looks as professional, asking it as it can only be, and we'll also learn how to protect it so no one can change the questions and can only provide the answers. So let's do that in the next video 3. Let's make some arrangements first: in the next few videos, we're going to learn how to create an interactive client brief. You're not going to type in all the questions, though. I mean, if you need all the questions, take a look at the files that are attached to this project. But the goal off this project is to is to add interactivity to reply in the brief. It used to learn how to add this kind of a designer's personal touch to reply in the brief and also how to protect our client brief from from any unauthorized editing. But before we do that, we need to first to make some arrangements. Now, the first thing you might wanna do is you can name your client brief eso I'm gonna name my logo. Design brief. It's not necessary. Is that mandatory? You can do it. But as I said, you don't need to do it if you don't want to. I'm gonna increase the font size of this title. Sounds simply going to use the shortcut that are usually use. And when I when I work with illustrator sound simply going to press and hold on Control shift blast greater than symbol and I'm simply going to press it just a few times. This would be fine. And I'm going to center my center, my content just like so I'm going to step down a few times and I'm gonna decrease the phone size, maybe to 12 and move it to the left. Just like so. Because what I want to do right now is they want to type in some simple, simple questions, like the basic information about the project and the client. So first, I'm gonna type in and name off your business. So we know what what company we are dealing with actually here. And the next one will be some simple contact information, something like maybe your e mail address. Just like it could be your phone number, your your address. But I'm gonna just to stick with your email address. I want to just show you the techniques rather than I don't want you, Tito, watch me spend hole not whole afternoon coming up with questions right here. OK, so I think that it would be beneficial for a client and for us too. Make him or to put all the answers and inside some kind of a text frame. And I think that the easiest and safest way to do it is to simply go to the insert tab table and just insert a simple one row, one column table just like so and in order to to have some more room to to to work with inside this text frame. I was simply going to hit enter twice, just like so. And just as a repetition, I'm going to do the same with the email address. So I'm going to position my cursor is somewhere here, go to the insert tab, table and insert. Just want one by one table and press answer twice. Just like so. Okay, we are almost set. But before we actually start adding interactivity to our to our client brief, we need to do one more thing. We need to go to the file menu options customize ribbon. And here on the right, you can see this developer option right here. This right calm because we are. We want to add the developer, tap toe a ribbon because the developer tap actually contains and all the necessary functions to add the interactivity to our client brief some simply going to click on this developer Tab, I'm going to click, OK, Just like so you can see that right here. I got this developer to have inside of my ribbon added Right here. So there you go. These are the necessary arrangements that I think that we should We should take or make two to start at an interactivity to our to our client Brief. So we got the title. We got the ground that the simple questions we've got the text frames. So now we can and the first kind of answers to our to our client brief, which would be simple text field. So that's something that you're interested in. Just keep watching. 4. How To Create Input Fields: in this video, we are going toe add simple text fields to our text to text frames. So I'm inside my text frame right here, and I'm also inside my developer tab here on the top. And there's an important step to take before we actually start at in the the input field. And it's too initialized that design mode right here, and we don't absolutely have to do it. But if you want to have full control over our input field, it's bastard to to leave it on. So I'm simply going to click on it. And now I can add this for this first control. This this first option right here that says rich text content control. And as soon as I click on it, you can see that I am adding an input field with some default placeholder attacks. And if you want, you can leave it like that. But I'm gonna make it less generic, and I'm going Teoh type in something like type in the name off your business here just to give it some more, some more personality. And if I off click somewhere here, you can see that we got that we got our our tax toe created just like that. Now, in order to check our how our input field is actually behaving, we need Teoh off like this design mode option right here and now if I just if I just clicked somewhere here, I can now type in, well, the actual name of our companies. So it's gonna be fat Red Mouse just like so. And if I off like somewhere here, you can see that it on that are from added the name, the name of my business. So just as a repetition, let's again go to maybe this time to the email address text frame again, I'm going to enable the design mode. I'm going to click on this search text content control. And this time I am going to type in something like, um type and maybe type in your email here, just like so again, I'm gonna often the design mode. And now I can simply type in my e mail at my site that come just like so, and you can see how easy it is if you just know the right techniques to to add interactivity to your client brief using Microsoft Word. So All we did was we and from the developer tap chose design mode. And then we just clicked on this rich text content control. We changed the placeholder text and then we could enter some information into our into our text frames. So there you go. This is the first way off how you can add interactivity to to your client brief and in an executed we're going to add another way off or another interactivity feature to reply in the brief, which will be like given your clients some options. So if that's something that you're interested in, just keep watching. 5. How to Create Checkboxes: in this video, we are going to give our clients some options. Now, the feature that we are going to learn is the best used when you have some or when you want to give your clients some multiple choice will questions. And you want your clients to give you, like a bit more information, but at the same time choose from a complete set off answers. So, for instance, I'm gonna type in something like which collars best describe your company just like so I'm gonna hit, enter and from the developer tab I'm gonna and I'm going to click on this check box content control just like so and notice that I'm not going to enter the design mode. We could, but it would be but more tedious toe work with. I'm going to simply press this check box content control off, click somewhere here, press the space bar, and I'm gonna tape in maybe Red, just like so. So I'm gonna simply press enter on my keyboard again This check box content control off, click somewhere here and type and maybe yellow just like so and again Justice a repetition . I'm going to enter. Click this check box content control off. Click somewhere here and maybe type in like blue liner. So how does this does this thing work? Actually? Well, right now, your client can simply choose the option that he thinks that suits best. His his answer So he can He can simply take the red, or he can take the yellow, Or he can take the blue or any of those or just one of these options. So it's It's really simple to add this good, this kind of radio button options. So opening to do is to simply click this this guy, this check box content control right here. But what if let's say you want to control the space in between all these options right here and let's say that you have a lot of them and you want them to be spaced out evenly. So all you need to do is to simply select all of them, right? Click on them, go to the paragraph option, and here in the line, spacing them option. Just go with the exactly and let's try 10. Maybe lets you how it looks. Well, not exactly. All right. So again, right. Click paragraph. Exactly. Maybe 12 will be better. Maybe that's that's a bit better. So there you go. This is how we can easily add the radio or the check boxes buttons to our to our client briefs. Or whenever you want T give your clients, um, some options like you have, like a mold. Multiple choice. A question. It's best to use this. This jack box content control feature, which all we really need to do is to simply click on it off, click and simply type in your your Ansel answer, which would be black. Maybe in this in this instance. So there you go. This is the second way how we can actually add interactivity to our client brief. And in the next video, we are going to and add the like, very fantasy interactivity element, which will be the date picker. So stay tuned 6. How to add the Calendar: in this year, we are going to learn how to add a very fancy interactivity feature to our client brief. But it's also very practical. So we're going to add a date picker to our client brief. So let's assume that we want to add a deadline to our to our client brief. So I'm gonna type on deadline and from the from the controls right here in the developer tap. I'm gonna go with this option that says date picker content control. And as soon as I click on it, you can see that your client can actually manually enter the date right here. So I just click on it. I can simply type in something like maybe 27 47th of May 2016 just like so. But as I sent we, we wanted to be a bit fancier to impress our clients. So instead of just adding manually this thing this date right here, your client can simply click on this drop down error right here to bring up this this calendar. But as you can see, some things about it are not entirely right. I mean, the language that is being displayed in is not English, but we can we contact? We can resolve it very, very simply. So I'm simply going to make sure that I'm that I'm selecting the whole off this input control. And I'm gonna go to the Properties tab right here and in here. In this local local option, I can choose between the languages that I have installed on my system. And since I have to learn languages installed, I can choose between publish and English. So I'm gonna go with English and you can see that these, like date formats have already have older change. So we can go with maybe this guy right here and I'm simply going to click, OK, just like so And now you can see that it has automatically automatically changed. So if I now maybe just delete all these guys, let's get rid of these of these of these letters and these numbers just like so. So right now, if I just bring out to this calendar you consider is being properly displayed in English and I'm gonna Maybe this time let's go with 40th 20th of May, just like so. Of course, I think it would be best if we put our our calendar inside some kind of a frame, just like we did with the with the questions before some Simply going to go to the insert tab table and insert this one by one table like so hit enter twice and then weaken. Simply grab this this input field by this by this bottle and simply bring it down to somewhere here. And I guess I'm gonna have to delete one enter. Just like so And now we have our calendar being displayed inside our our text frame, just like so. So there you go. This is how you can enter a calendar option and two year or add your calendar option to your client Brief Teoh on one hand, while your customer customer, your client, but on the other hand, make it make the whole process easier. Easier for him to complete. So in the next year, we're going to take a look at to the last option the last interactivity feature. And then we can add to our client brief, which will be to allow our climb to choose from my from a drop down list. Use the options from a drop down list that he thinks are the best to to answer a certain question. So stay tuned 7. How to Creata a Drop-down List: So if you decided to ask your client to to give some information on the body that he has on the project, let's let's actually make his life easier. So I'm gonna type in a budget, just like so I'm gonna hit Enter and I'm gonna insert a nice A nice little table presents or twice and from the from our developer Tab. This time I'm going to use this option right here that says drop down list content and I'm simply going to click on it. And I think I'm gonna go sit. I'm gonna go with this this default placeholder text right here. However, of course I want to add the options here. So how can I How can I do that? I'm gonna make sure that I have this whole good control, this whole input field selected. And again, I'm gonna go to the Properties tab right here. So I'm gonna delete this thing's default item from from this box. So I'm simply going to remove it and I'm gonna click, Add and let's say that our client has a bad where he can choose between, like maybe $0.2 maybe $500 just like so and then he can He can choose maybe $500 to maybe $1000 just like so. Of course you will. You will set your own values right here. And let's say that he won. He has more than $1000. So let's type that in more than $1000 just like so. And let's hit. Okay, Right, Little just like that. So now whenever he whenever your client clicks on this choose item, he can actually click on this drop down arrow and you can see that he got all these options right here so he can choose. Let's say that he's a he wants to invest quite a lot in the project. Or maybe not quite a lot. He wants to. He wants to be honest and pay you proper money for the project. So we're going to choose more than 1000 just to make him just just to feel better about what we're doing here. Okay, so this is how easy it is to add, like, multiple drop down list, multiple option drop down list to your to your client brief. So, again, just as a reputation, I'm not gonna create another frame right here. I'm going to simply click on this drop down list content right here. And then I'm gonna go to the Properties tab and maybe I'll choose this guy right here. I'm simply going to simply going to remove it and I'm gonna add this time maybe from maybe that's not not not give our client the ability to say that he has nothing that that he has no money for the for the projects where we're going to enter $100 maybe, Or then let's enter, like, 100 to 250 dollars and so on. You would add again. You would add as many items as you want sensibly gonna hit. OK, And now, whenever your client clicks on this, he can choose between these two options, which is 101 100 to $250 just like that. So there you go. This is actually the last piece off interactivity that we can add to our client brief. So now that we have all these guys covered, we can actually move to making our client brief Pretty, because we are designers and we want to add some kind of some. Just a touch of our designer personality. Tell reclined Brief. So this is what we are going to do in the next video. 8. How to add font styles: in this video, we're going to start making our form pretty. I think that it's easy that it's that it's obvious when I said that we can simply select this piece of text or this piece of tax and simply changed the farms change the color of the fund here in our top ribbon. But when it comes to changing the text here inside to the text frame or the text from itself that things get a bit complicated, especially with attacks inside the frame. So maybe just as a warm up let's start with our text frame, Let's start. Let's start making our text frame pretty sensibly going, Teoh said, simply going to select my text frame if I could do it properly, just like so. And from this this time right here, I'm gonna go with this option. That's his bottom. This is well, actually, it doesn't say what what it should say. I think we're going to color the borders right here. So I'm simply going to click on this drop down arrow right here, and I'm gonna go to Borders and Shady and in here. What I want is, I think I'm gonna stay with I'm gonna keep this half point with, but I'm gonna change the color of the border. And I think I'm gonna go with maybe this this a shade of great And I'm simply going to click. OK, just like so. And as you can see right now, the color of the frame has changed and it actually matches the color of the placeholder Taxify, just delete this guy right here. You can see that this color kind of I think it's really, really close to them to the color of this of this border right here. So we have some kind of consistency with the design of our of our client brief. So just as a repetition, I'm going to select this this bottom, this bottom frame right here and again, I'm gonna go to the borders and shading, and I'm gonna go with this great collar just like so. And there we go. We got our our text frames colored colored nicely. Now, I said, the changing on the front of this of the text here inside the text from is going to be a bit more complicated, and it actually is going to be a bit more complicated. But not that complicated. So let's just select this this input field right here again. I'm gonna go to the developer tab right here, and I'm gonna go to Properties Tab. And in here, you can see you can see this. Use a style to form and contents option right here. So if I just click on it right now, I can choose from one off these styles that have that I have right here. I got I can choose one of one of these guys on this list, but they're not too good. I mean, I want to have the total control of over my over my text. So I'm simply gonna go with the new style, and I'm gonna name it like my new style you adviser, to give it some descriptive name, but for the purpose for the educational purposes. I'm just gonna name it my new style. I'm gonna choose the front and maybe I go over with Open Sands. But since open says he's quite a quite visible fund, I'm not going to go crazy with the phone size. I'm gonna go with nine, I believe, and I'm simply gonna hit okay, just like so and then I'm gonna hit. Okay, once more. Right here. So now if I just go to this to this input field, you can see that the fund has changed to open sons nine points. And if I start toe type in in something, something like fat Red Mouse, you can see that it is being written in open sons. And the phone size is nine. So just as a repetition again, I'm going to select my my front. My will fund my text input field right here and again. I'm gonna go to the developer Tab Properties, and then I'm going to choose use a style to format content. And this time I'm gonna create a new new a style I'm going to call it. Let's call it second style. Just like so I'm gonna just a different funds and I'm gonna go. Maybe this is a bit more crazy. I'm gonna go with, uh, I'm gonna go with Laura, right? Not I'm gonna make the fund really big, So let's go with 14 and I'm gonna make it bold. Why not? And I'm gonna hit, OK? And then Okay. Once more. And you can see that already has already has changing in this text has already picked up this. Styler, we just that we just set. So what if you have different starts? What if you can't decide which style you really want to go with? So how can you quickly, like, switch between different styles in order to see which style fits? If it's your your I better. So all you really need to do is to select a certain piece off. Well, an input field, actually. So I'm going to select it. I'm gonna go to home and then from this styles, styles will window. I'm gonna click on this arrow this bottom error right here and I'm gonna go with apply styles. And in this dialog box, I'm gonna have my styles on my slides ready and waiting for me right here. So I got my new style and I got my second start. So if I go with my new style, you can see that I'm changing this style right here from Laura to open sons. And if I go to this to this fat right mouse text, I'm going to change it from my new style to second style. And now it's written in Laura and 14 Enough. Yeah, I think it's it's really in bold fund, just like so. So again, if you want to change the style or quickly switch between move between styles, simply select the one that you want that you want to affect. Go to styles. Click on this bottom arrow. Go with apply styles. I know it's a lot of clicking, but well, you know, it is what it is and you can choose. You can choose the styles from from this from this drop down list. Right here. So there you go. This is how you can make your text frames and your input fields. Pretty, but we are not done with making our client brief. Pretty next up, we're going to add our own branding. We're going to take a look at how we can personalize, recline, brief even more. 9. How to add our branding to the client brief: So in this video, I just wanted to quickly show you how you can add your own branding to your client brief. But I wouldn't recommend making it too fancy. I mean, I would recommend to keeping it simple and like, usable. So your client isn't distracted by some fancy fancy like images, pictures, quotes or anything like that. But you want to you want to keep your client with professional, but also a bit more personal. So what I would really suggest is to simply go with a custom header and a custom footer and in order to add your header and a footer So just go to the insert Tamp And in here you got the header and footer a window right here. So I'm just gonna click Header and I'm going to add a blank Heather, just like so. And I want to add my want ad my company's logo or you would add your logo And so I'm gonna go with the picture. I'm gonna click on the picture right here, and I'm gonna navigate to the folder where I keep my image. And I believe it's somewhere here than there it is. And I'm simply gonna click insert, and I am going to blaze it in the center of my off my page by simply pressing the control key on my keyboard, which is a shortcut inwards to to center your content. So it's control. Plus Now, if you want to make your make your local smaller, all ending to do to simply grab it by one of these edges, hold down the control key to construed to constrain and the proportions and the shift key to make your transformation and start from the center holding down the control plus the shift keys to make my local smaller end to start the transformation from the center point. Just like so I think should be fine. I think it's nice. Now I'm gonna go again to the insert temp, and this time I'm going to click on Footer and I'm gonna add the food or just like so and for the footer you can add like a really, really small version of your logo. But I think that you could simply type in the contact your your contact information. I mean, I want your client Teoh. You should want hick should want your client to be able to contact you to contact you quickly, without having Teoh to look for your contact info too much. So all you would really will need to type in here would be some contact information in for information is something like maybe your phone number, like so maybe your email address just like that, And I would advise you to maybe put it in two lines or three lines if you have more text to center it and make it smaller, maybe do something like that. And if I'm just closed the header and a footer, you can see that we got We got our our header being well being populated with our logo. And we got our contact information in here Well, down here. And of course, if I just create quickly new page, you can see that we still have our our our header with our logo in the header and our contact information in our foot just like that. So there you go. This is how you can how you can add the finishing touches to your client Brief. This is how you can add your logo to the header and how you can add some contact information to the footer. So the last thing to do here would be to simply protect our client brief from from some unauthorized editing. I mean, we only want the client to to fill in the forms. We don't want the client to mess with our with our questions or with the title or anything else rather than and the well, the answers to our questions themselves. So we are going to do that in the next video. 10. How to Protect Your Client Brief: So in this we don't. We're going to finish creating our client brief by protecting it. So we're going to go to Well, we need to go to the developer tab right here. And you can see that this protect window right here so we can choose this option, which has restrict add it in and in here. I'm gonna go with this. Allow Onley this type of editing in the document options. If I click on it, I can now choose filling in forms which will actually prevent anyone who's who's working with this document from changing anything rather than the tax inside the forms. So all I have to do is to simply click, start enforcing protection. I'm gonna add the fast word. I'm gonna make it really quick, and I'm gonna hit, okay, just like so. And now you can see that I cannot actually click anywhere here. I cannot change anything other than changing the text right here so I can maybe type in something else. Like maybe your company and I can of course, check these these checked boxes right here like so. But I cannot change this option. I cannot delete red and type and no gray or something like that. Of course, I can still use the calendar. And I can use our drop down drop down list by, But I cannot change anything other anything other than then these. These include field, so I can't even change the footer, nor Lord has her. So if you want to stop the protection of your documents, simply click. Stop protection, obviously, and just type in your password. And there you go. You can now work on your on your client brief on your on your document, actually easily. Just like that. So, again, in order to protect your documents, simply go to the developer town. Click the restrict editing option right here. Check this. Allow Onley this type of editing in the document and choose filling in forms right here. And then start, start, start protecting your documents, type in your password again. And now you consider we actually cannot change anything about our document except except the answers to into the questions that were actually way are actually seeking. So there you go. These are all the things that we can do to make our client brief. Pretty usable, interactive. And this will bite by this by by creating this kind of a client brief actually showing your potential customers that you care that you are willing to go the extra mile that you care about their business and that you are modern kind mother. And you're actually showing that you know that you are and that you're a computer guy or computer gal that you that you can use the computer to treat such a nicely sitting, nicely looking interactive client brief. So now that we have our client brief created, we would take a where we would take all the information from our client and then build our actual project on top of the information provided by the client. So in the next project, we are going to actually take a real life project we're going to. We are going to take a real life client brief that we received from our client and you will you will see those answers well, they will be translated into English. Don't worry. So we'll be able to to understand those answers. And we are going to build our complete project based on the on the information provided by the client, and you will actually be able. Since it's a work in progress, you'll be able to see, well, most of the most of them. Most of the projects. You can see them in real in real life. On a certain a certain webpage that I'm going to that I'm going t give you that. I'm gonna give you the address off in in the next project. So see you in the next project.