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    1. 1. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief
    2. 2. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief Matt Sinclair Writing a Brief
    3. 3. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief What is a Design Brief?
    4. 4. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief “A description of a project that requires some form of design” Peter Phillips Creating the Perfect Design Brief “A written description of a project mutually agreed between designer and client” What is a Design Brief?
    5. 5. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief “A set of boundaries within which the designer should operate” What is a Design Brief?
    6. 6. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief “A balancing act, between the current expertise of the client and the desire to do something new” What is a Design Brief?
    7. 7. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief Existing Technology Existing Manufacturing Expertise Existing Materials Expertise Existing Market Success Existing Design(s) What is a Design Brief? New Technology New Manufacturing Methods New Materials New Market Opportunities New Design(s) Existing Technology Existing Manufacturing Expertise Existing Materials Expertise Existing Market Success Existing Design(s) New Technology New Manufacturing Methods New Materials New Market Opportunities New Design(s) Existing Technology Existing Manufacturing Expertise Existing Materials Expertise Existing Market Success Existing Design(s) New Technology New Manufacturing Methods New Materials New Market Opportunities New Design(s) Existing Technology Existing Manufacturing Expertise Existing Materials Expertise Existing Market Success Existing Design(s) New Technology New Manufacturing Methods New Materials New Market Opportunities New Design(s)
    8. 8. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief “A living document, which changes throughout the project” What is a Design Brief?
    9. 9. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief A Brief is not the same as a Specification What is a Design Brief?
    10. 10. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief “As short as possible, and no shorter” How Long is a Design Brief?
    11. 11. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief Project Overview and Background Project Scope, Time Line Category Review and Budget (Phases) Target Audience Review Research Data Company Portfolio Appendix What Goes in a Design Brief? Project Overview and Background Project Scope, Time Line Category Review and Budget (Phases) Target Audience Review Research Data Company Portfolio Appendix Project Overview and Background Project Scope, Time Line Target Market and Budget (Phases) Target Audience Review Research Data Company Portfolio Appendix Business Objectives and Design Strategy Project Overview and Background Project Scope, Time Line Target Market and Budget (Phases) Target Audience Review Research Data Company Portfolio (see Appendix) Appendix Business Objectives and Design Strategy Project Overview and Background Project Scope, Time Line Target Market and Budget (Phases) Target Audience Review Research Data Company Portfolio (see Appendix) Appendix Project Design Strategy Project Overview and Background Project Scope, Time Line Target Market Timeline Target Audience Review Research Data Company Portfolio (see Appendix) Appendix Project Design Strategy Project Overview and Background Project Scope, Time Line Target Market Timeline Target Audience Review Research Data (see Appendix) Company Portfolio (see Appendix) Appendix Project Overview and Background Project Scope, Time Line Target Market Timeline Target Audience Review Research Data (see Appendix) Company Portfolio (see Appendix) Appendix Project Overview and Background Project Scope, Time Line Target Market Timeline Target cost (Retail or BoM) Research Data (see Appendix) Company Portfolio (see Appendix) Appendix
    12. 12. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief Exercise – Analysing a Design Brief
    13. 13. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief Brand X is one of the top four manufacturers of handheld domestic cooking appliances globally, with an annual turnover in 2012 of $87 million. It employs more than 6000 people in Europe and Asia and retails in over 150 countries. As part of Brand X’s strategy to monetise the increasingly affluent urban rental market, it is seeking to launch a range of electrical goods aimed at couples living in apartments. This target market is likely to be aged from 25-50, employed, but without children. They appreciate good quality handheld cooking appliances and are willing to pay more than average for them. The range would initially be launched in Europe before expanding to incorporate the US and Chinese markets. You are asked to design an electric kettle which will communicate Brand X’s reputation as an innovative design leader. It should utilise Brand X’s manufacturing expertise in high performance injection moulded polymers, whilst justifying the increased price through new material treatments and on-trend colours. The design should be aesthetically pleasing to the target market. A current catalogue showing Brand X’s product portfolio is included as an appendix. Sign-off on the final design concept is required 8 weeks from the date of briefing. Prototype design concepts will be shown at the Cooking Devices World Trade Fair to gain feedback from potential customers. Design support will be required through to the E1 project milestone (tooling release).
    14. 14. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief Brand X is one of the top four manufacturers of handheld domestic cooking appliances globally, with an annual turnover in 2012 of $87 million. It employs more than 6000 people in Europe and Asia and retails in over 150 countries. As part of Brand X’s strategy to monetise the increasingly affluent urban rental market, it is seeking to launch a range of electrical goods aimed at couples living in apartments. This target market is likely to be aged from 25-50, employed, but without children. They appreciate good quality handheld cooking appliances and are willing to pay more than average for them. The range would initially be launched in Europe before expanding to incorporate the US and Chinese markets. You are asked to design an electric kettle which will communicate Brand X’s reputation as an innovative design leader. It should utilise Brand X’s manufacturing expertise in high performance injection moulded polymers, whilst justifying the increased price through new material treatments and on-trend colours. The design should be aesthetically pleasing to the target market. A current catalogue showing Brand X’s product portfolio is included as an appendix. Sign-off on the final design concept is required 8 weeks from the date of briefing. Prototype design concepts will be shown at the Cooking Devices World Trade Fair to gain feedback from potential customers. Design support will be required through to the E1 project milestone (tooling release). Brand X is one of the top four manufacturers of handheld domestic cooking appliances globally, with an annual turnover in 2012 of $87 million. It employs more than 6000 people in Europe and Asia and retails in over 150 countries. As part of Brand X’s strategy to monetise the increasingly affluent urban rental market, it is seeking to launch a range of electrical goods aimed at couples living in apartments. This target market is likely to be aged from 25-50, employed, but without children. They appreciate good quality handheld cooking appliances and are willing to pay more than average for them. The range would initially be launched in Europe before expanding to incorporate the US and Chinese markets. You are asked to design an electric kettle which will communicate Brand X’s reputation as an innovative design leader. It should utilise Brand X’s manufacturing expertise in high performance injection moulded polymers, whilst justifying the increased price through new material treatments and on-trend colours. The design should be aesthetically pleasing to the target market. A current catalogue showing Brand X’s product portfolio is included as an appendix. Sign-off on the final design concept is required 8 weeks from the date of briefing. Prototype design concepts will be shown at the Cooking Devices World Trade Fair to gain feedback from potential customers. Design support will be required through to the E1 project milestone (tooling release). Brand X is one of the top four manufacturers of handheld domestic cooking appliances globally, with an annual turnover in 2012 of $87 million. It employs more than 6000 people in Europe and Asia and retails in over 150 countries. As part of Brand X’s strategy to monetise the increasingly affluent urban rental market, it is seeking to launch a range of electrical goods aimed at couples living in apartments. This target market is likely to be aged from 25-50, employed, but without children. They appreciate good quality handheld cooking appliances and are willing to pay more than average for them. The range would initially be launched in Europe before expanding to incorporate the US and Chinese markets. You are asked to design an electric kettle which will communicate Brand X’s reputation as an innovative design leader. It should utilise Brand X’s manufacturing expertise in high performance injection moulded polymers, whilst justifying the increased price through new material treatments and on-trend colours. The design should be aesthetically pleasing to the target market. A current catalogue showing Brand X’s product portfolio is included as an appendix. Sign-off on the final design concept is required 8 weeks from the date of briefing. Prototype design concepts will be shown at the Cooking Devices World Trade Fair to gain feedback from potential customers. Design support will be required through to the E1 project milestone (tooling release). Brand X is one of the top four manufacturers of handheld domestic cooking appliances globally, with an annual turnover in 2012 of $87 million. It employs more than 6000 people in Europe and Asia and retails in over 150 countries. As part of Brand X’s strategy to monetise the increasingly affluent urban rental market, it is seeking to launch a range of electrical goods aimed at couples living in apartments. This target market is likely to be aged from 25-50, employed, but without children. They appreciate good quality handheld cooking appliances and are willing to pay more than average for them. The range would initially be launched in Europe before expanding to incorporate the US and Chinese markets. You are asked to design an electric kettle which will communicate Brand X’s reputation as an innovative design leader. It should utilise Brand X’s manufacturing expertise in high performance injection moulded polymers, whilst justifying the increased price through new material treatments and on-trend colours. The design should be aesthetically pleasing to the target market. A current catalogue showing Brand X’s product portfolio is included as an appendix. Sign-off on the final design concept is required 8 weeks from the date of briefing. Prototype design concepts will be shown at the Cooking Devices World Trade Fair to gain feedback from potential customers. Design support will be required through to the E1 project milestone (tooling release). Brand X is one of the top four manufacturers of handheld domestic cooking appliances globally, with an annual turnover in 2012 of $87 million. It employs more than 6000 people in Europe and Asia and retails in over 150 countries. As part of Brand X’s strategy to monetise the increasingly affluent urban rental market, it is seeking to launch a range of electrical goods aimed at couples living in apartments. This target market is likely to be aged from 25-50, employed, but without children. They appreciate good quality handheld cooking appliances and are willing to pay more than average for them. The range would initially be launched in Europe before expanding to incorporate the US and Chinese markets. You are asked to design an electric kettle which will communicate Brand X’s reputation as an innovative design leader. It should utilise Brand X’s manufacturing expertise in high performance injection moulded polymers, whilst justifying the increased price through new material treatments and on-trend colours. The design should be aesthetically pleasing to the target market. A current catalogue showing Brand X’s product portfolio is included as an appendix. Sign-off on the final design concept is required 8 weeks from the date of briefing. Prototype design concepts will be shown at the Cooking Devices World Trade Fair to gain feedback from potential customers. Design support will be required through to the E1 project milestone (tooling release). Brand X is one of the top four manufacturers of handheld domestic cooking appliances globally, with an annual turnover in 2012 of $87 million. It employs more than 6000 people in Europe and Asia and retails in over 150 countries. As part of Brand X’s strategy to monetise the increasingly affluent urban rental market, it is seeking to launch a range of electrical goods aimed at couples living in apartments. This target market is likely to be aged from 25-50, employed, but without children. They appreciate good quality handheld cooking appliances and are willing to pay more than average for them. The range would initially be launched in Europe before expanding to incorporate the US and Chinese markets. You are asked to design an electric kettle which will communicate Brand X’s reputation as an innovative design leader. It should utilise Brand X’s manufacturing expertise in high performance injection moulded polymers, whilst justifying the increased price through new material treatments and on-trend colours. The design should be aesthetically pleasing to the target market. A current catalogue showing Brand X’s product portfolio is included as an appendix. Sign-off on the final design concept is required 8 weeks from the date of briefing. Prototype design concepts will be shown at the Cooking Devices World Trade Fair to gain feedback from potential customers. Design support will be required through to the E1 project milestone (tooling release). Brand X is one of the top four manufacturers of handheld domestic cooking appliances globally, with an annual turnover in 2012 of $87 million. It employs more than 6000 people in Europe and Asia and retails in over 150 countries. As part of Brand X’s strategy to monetise the increasingly affluent urban rental market, it is seeking to launch a range of electrical goods aimed at couples living in apartments. This target market is likely to be aged from 25-50, employed, but without children. They appreciate good quality handheld cooking appliances and are willing to pay more than average for them. The range would initially be launched in Europe before expanding to incorporate the US and Chinese markets. You are asked to design an electric kettle which will communicate Brand X’s reputation as an innovative design leader. It should utilise Brand X’s manufacturing expertise in high performance injection moulded polymers, whilst justifying the increased price through new material treatments and on-trend colours. The design should be aesthetically pleasing to the target market. A current catalogue showing Brand X’s product portfolio is included as an appendix. Sign-off on the final design concept is required 8 weeks from the date of briefing. Prototype design concepts will be shown at the Cooking Devices World Trade Fair to gain feedback from potential customers. Design support will be required through to the E1 project milestone (tooling release). Brand X is one of the top four manufacturers of handheld domestic cooking appliances globally, with an annual turnover in 2012 of $87 million. It employs more than 6000 people in Europe and Asia and retails in over 150 countries. As part of Brand X’s strategy to monetise the increasingly affluent urban rental market, it is seeking to launch a range of electrical goods aimed at couples living in apartments. This target market is likely to be aged from 25-50, employed, but without children. They appreciate good quality handheld cooking appliances and are willing to pay more than average for them. The range would initially be launched in Europe before expanding to incorporate the US and Chinese markets. You are asked to design an electric kettle which will communicate Brand X’s reputation as an innovative design leader. It should utilise Brand X’s manufacturing expertise in high performance injection moulded polymers, whilst justifying the increased price through new material treatments and on-trend colours. The design should be aesthetically pleasing to the target market. A current catalogue showing Brand X’s product portfolio is included as an appendix. Sign-off on the final design concept is required 8 weeks from the date of briefing. Prototype design concepts will be shown at the Cooking Devices World Trade Fair to gain feedback from potential customers. Design support will be required through to the E1 project milestone (tooling release). Brand X is one of the top four manufacturers of handheld domestic cooking appliances globally, with an annual turnover in 2012 of $87 million. It employs more than 6000 people in Europe and Asia and retails in over 150 countries. As part of Brand X’s strategy to monetise the increasingly affluent urban rental market, it is seeking to launch a range of electrical goods aimed at couples living in apartments. This target market is likely to be aged from 25-50, employed, but without children. They appreciate good quality handheld cooking appliances and are willing to pay more than average for them. The range would initially be launched in Europe before expanding to incorporate the US and Chinese markets. You are asked to design an electric kettle which will communicate Brand X’s reputation as an innovative design leader. It should utilise Brand X’s manufacturing expertise in high performance injection moulded polymers, whilst justifying the increased price through new material treatments and on-trend colours. The design should be aesthetically pleasing to the target market. A current catalogue showing Brand X’s product portfolio is included as an appendix. Sign-off on the final design concept is required 8 weeks from the date of briefing. Prototype design concepts will be shown at the Cooking Devices World Trade Fair to gain feedback from potential customers. Design support will be required through to the E1 project milestone (tooling release). Brand X is one of the top four manufacturers of handheld domestic cooking appliances globally, with an annual turnover in 2012 of $87 million. It employs more than 6000 people in Europe and Asia and retails in over 150 countries. As part of Brand X’s strategy to monetise the increasingly affluent urban rental market, it is seeking to launch a range of electrical goods aimed at couples living in apartments. This target market is likely to be aged from 25-50, employed, but without children. They appreciate good quality handheld cooking appliances and are willing to pay more than average for them. The range would initially be launched in Europe before expanding to incorporate the US and Chinese markets. You are asked to design an electric kettle which will communicate Brand X’s reputation as an innovative design leader. It should utilise Brand X’s manufacturing expertise in high performance injection moulded polymers, whilst justifying the increased price through new material treatments and on-trend colours. The design should be aesthetically pleasing to the target market. A current catalogue showing Brand X’s product portfolio is included as an appendix. Sign-off on the final design concept is required 8 weeks from the date of briefing. Prototype design concepts will be shown at the Cooking Devices World Trade Fair to gain feedback from potential customers. Design support will be required through to the E1 project milestone (tooling release). Brand X is one of the top four manufacturers of handheld domestic cooking appliances globally, with an annual turnover in 2012 of $87 million. It employs more than 6000 people in Europe and Asia and retails in over 150 countries. As part of Brand X’s strategy to monetise the increasingly affluent urban rental market, it is seeking to launch a range of electrical goods aimed at couples living in apartments. This target market is likely to be aged from 25-50, employed, but without children. They appreciate good quality handheld cooking appliances and are willing to pay more than average for them. The range would initially be launched in Europe before expanding to incorporate the US and Chinese markets. You are asked to design an electric kettle which will communicate Brand X’s reputation as an innovative design leader. It should utilise Brand X’s manufacturing expertise in high performance injection moulded polymers, whilst justifying the increased price through new material treatments and on-trend colours. The design should be aesthetically pleasing to the target market. A current catalogue showing Brand X’s product portfolio is included as an appendix. Sign-off on the final design concept is required 8 weeks from the date of briefing. Prototype design concepts will be shown at the Cooking Devices World Trade Fair to gain feedback from potential customers. Design support will be required through to the E1 project milestone (tooling release). Brand X is one of the top four manufacturers of handheld domestic cooking appliances globally, with an annual turnover in 2012 of $87 million. It employs more than 6000 people in Europe and Asia and retails in over 150 countries. As part of Brand X’s strategy to monetise the increasingly affluent urban rental market, it is seeking to launch a range of electrical goods aimed at couples living in apartments. This target market is likely to be aged from 25-50, employed, but without children. They appreciate good quality handheld cooking appliances and are willing to pay more than average for them. The range would initially be launched in Europe before expanding to incorporate the US and Chinese markets. You are asked to design an electric kettle which will communicate Brand X’s reputation as an innovative design leader. It should utilise Brand X’s manufacturing expertise in high performance injection moulded polymers, whilst justifying the increased price through new material treatments and on-trend colours. The design should be aesthetically pleasing to the target market. A current catalogue showing Brand X’s product portfolio is included as an appendix. Sign-off on the final design concept is required 8 weeks from the date of briefing. Prototype design concepts will be shown at the Cooking Devices World Trade Fair to gain feedback from potential customers. Design support will be required through to the E1 project milestone (tooling release).
    15. 15. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief Essentials of a Print Advertisement Chairman
    16. 16. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief A high-end luxury mobile phone, based on the brand heritage and technologies of Ulysse Nardin, a Swiss watch manufacturer. Price range should be comparable to watches using the same materials, based on ‘simple’ movements (i.e. non complications). Proposal is three tiers: $12,500, $25,00, $50,000. Production volume is expected to be 5,000 per annum across the three tiers. Other brands, notably Vertu and Goldvish, demonstrate a viable market opportunity. Neither have an established heritage, which provides an advantage for a brand such as Ulysse Nardin. Descriptors include conservative, classic, impeccable quality, understated, connoisseur appeal. Typical customer will be male, mid 30’s - mid 50’s. 50% of sales expected to be in Russia. Product should be a coupling of analogue and digital. Key to this is the incorporation of a watch rotor to provide charge to the battery. Modularity / Customisation is a key criteria. The product’s manufacture and assembly should be flexible to allow for alternative material and design configurations, special editions and bespoke customisation. A modular approach also allows for the future possibility of licensing the platform to other luxury brands. Integrity of materials is non-negotiable. No plastic. No ‘fake’ materials (plating, metallic painting, etc.). All parts will be hand finished. The product will be hand assembled. Production volumes favour machining rather than tooling wherever possible. Tactility is crucial to the impression of quality. This means tactile feel through keys etc, but also the weight of the product, surface finishes of materials. Some quotes: “First, ‘I must touch’. Then ‘I must own’.” “You can’t get too expensive but you can get too cheap.”
    17. 17. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief From: Shannon Walkley Date: Monday 21 June 2010 9.15am To: David Thorne Subject: Poster Hi I opened the screen door yesterday and my cat got out and has been missing since then so I was wondering if you are not to busy you could make a poster for me. It has to be A4 and I will photocopy it and put it around my suburb this afternoon. From: David Thorne Date: Monday 21 June 2010 9.26am To: Shannon Walkley Subject: Re: Poster Dear Shannon, That is shocking news. Luckily I was sitting down when I read your email and not half way up a ladder or tree. Although I have two clients expecting completed work this afternoon, I will, of course, drop everything and do whatever it takes to facilitate the speedy return of Missy. Regards, David. From: Shannon Walkley Date: Monday 21 June 2010 9.37am To: David Thorne Subject: Re: Re: Poster yeah ok thanks. I know you dont like cats but I am really worried about mine. I have to leave at 1pm today. From: David Thorne Date: Monday 21 June 2010 10.17am To: Shannon Walkley Subject: Re: Re: Re: Poster Dear Shannon, I never said I don't like cats. Attached poster as requested. Regards, David.
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    19. 19. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief From: Shannon Walkley Date: Monday 21 June 2010 10.24am To: David Thorne Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Poster yeah thats not what I was looking for at all. it looks like a movie and how come the photo of Missy is so small? From: David Thorne Date: Monday 21 June 2010 10.28am To: Shannon Walkley Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Poster Dear Shannon, It's a design thing. The cat is lost in the negative space. Regards, David. From: Shannon Walkley Date: Monday 21 June 2010 10.33am To: David Thorne Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Poster Thats just stupid. Can you do it properly please? I am extremely emotional over this and was up all night in tears. you seem to think it is funny. Can you make the photo bigger please and fix the text and do it in colour please. Thanks. From: David Thorne Date: Monday 21 June 2010 10.46am To: Shannon Walkley Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Poster Dear Shannon, Having worked with designers for a few years now, I would have assumed you understood, despite our vague suggestions otherwise, we do not welcome constructive criticism. I don't come downstairs and tell you how to send text messages, log onto Facebook and look out of the window. I am willing to overlook this faux pas due to you no doubt being preoccupied with thoughts of Missy attempting to make her way home across busy intersections or being trapped in a drain as it slowly fills with water. I spent three days down a well once but that was just for fun. I have amended and attached the poster as per your instructions. Regards, David
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    21. 21. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief From: Shannon Walkley Date: Monday 21 June 2010 10.59am To: David Thorne Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Poster This is worse than the other one. can you make it so it shows the whole photo of Missy and delete the stupid text that says missing missy off it? I just want it to say lost.
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    23. 23. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief From: Shannon Walkley Date: Monday 21 June 2010 11.21am To: David Thorne Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Poster yeah can you do the poster or not? I just want a photo and the word lost and the telephone number and when and where she was lost and her name. Not like a movie poster or anything stupid. I have to leave early today. If it was your cat I would help you. Thanks. From: David Thorne Date: Monday 21 June 2010 11.32am To: Shannon Walkley Subject: Awww Dear Shannon, I have attached the amended version of your poster as per your detailed instructions. Regards, David..
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    25. 25. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief From: Shannon Walkley Date: Monday 21 June 2010 11.47am To: David Thorne Subject: Re: Awww Thats not my cat. where did you get that picture from? That cat is orange. I gave you a photo of my cat. From: David Thorne Date: Monday 21 June 2010 11.58am To: Shannon Walkley Subject: Re: Re: Awww I know, but that one is cute. As Missy has quite possibly met any one of several violent ends, it is possible you might get a better cat out of this. If anybody calls and says "I haven't seen your orange cat but I did find a black and white one with its hind legs run over by a car, do you want it?" you can politely decline and save yourself a costly veterinarian bill. Regards, David. From: Shannon Walkley Date: Monday 21 June 2010 12.07pm To: David Thorne Subject: Re: Re: Re: Awww Please just use the photo I gave you.
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    27. 27. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief From: Shannon Walkley Date: Monday 21 June 2010 12.34pm To: David Thorne Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Awww I didnt say there was a reward. I dont have $2000 dollars. What did you even put that there for? Apart from that it is perfect can you please remove the reward bit. Thanks Shan..
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    29. 29. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief From: Shannon Walkley Date: Monday 21 June 2010 12.51pm To: David Thorne Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Awww Can you just please take the reward bit off altogether? I have to leave in ten minutes and I still have to make photocopies of it...
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    31. 31. 08.10.2013 13DSC031 Writing a Brief From: Shannon Walkley Date: Monday 21 June 2010 1.03pm To: David Thorne Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Awww Fine. That will have to do

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