Describe the brief

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Describe the brief

  1. 1. Describing on how to Work on a Brief<br />
  2. 2. WORKING ON THE NOKIA APP BREIF<br />Working on the Brief, I’ve broke down what I have to do to be able to stick to the brief. I’ve picked the Nokia brief. <br />
  3. 3. How the brief is structured and how it is presented to me..<br />The brief is structured clearly, the fact that it has subheadings makes it understandable, its short but detailed <br />enough for me to know what to achieve with this type of brief. This brief to me is creative, it can bring out <br />different ideas that may not of been thought of and be developed into something enjoyable and exciting. <br />Also the fact with this brief you cannot be wrong with your ideas and thoughts of the brief, its an open brief. <br />However it could be presented differently by having audio, someone speaking and explaining the brief as it <br />would be easier for people that mayfind it hard to read. There also could be examples of the brief and the <br />outcomes of what other people have done with the specific brief so that the people that come across it have a <br />good idea of how they concur the whole project. <br />
  4. 4. What skills will you need to meet the brief <br />The skills you have to have within this project, are transferable skills and personal attributes. These are the <br />headlines within skills such as organization, timing, commitment, knowledge, research skills, leadership skills, <br />and working in a team/group.<br />I believe with this skills I will be able to achieve and complete the brief well, also with these skills I can also gain <br />other skills that may be suitable for this type of project and not just come out with a good results other then <br />achieving the project. <br />

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