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

Dawid Tuminski,

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

    • Freelance Class What is a Client Brief?

    • Let's make some arrangements first

    • How To Create Input Fields

    • How to Create Checkboxes

    • How to add the Calendar

    • How to Creata a Drop-down List

    • How to add font styles

    • How to add our branding to the client brief

    • How to Protect Your Client Brief


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!


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!

6 of 6 students recommendSee All

I Learnt new thing about MS WORD is good achievement. Thanks a lot for sharing valuable information about what we can do with MS Word.
Nuthan Murarysetty

Always Learning and sharing my knowledge to others

Nice MS Word tips.
Darlene Del Castillo

Programmer, Web Designer/Developer, Author





Dawid Tuminski

I've been using graphical software for many years now and I've recently decided to share my knowledge with others and I always try to do it in a straight-to-the-point kind of way with a touch of entertainment.

To tell you the truth I never thought of taking up a career as a teacher of any kind. In fact, I was always reluctant to agree with people, who always encouraged me to teach, saying: You should be a teacher!

But here I am and I am really enjoying it!

At first I started learning Photoshop. Then it was Illustrator and logo design principles. I kind of stuck with these two programs for a few years to eventually start learning web development through Dreamweaver and Wordpress.

My decision to start teaching was based on the quality of trainings and tutorials I saw and participated in. I thought to myself: Man. I really could do this better!

So here I am now, online on Skillshare and offline, in my home city.