Common methods of briefing in creative requirements are:
These old-school ways of briefing are inefficient, not easily managed, and are often unclear for those who need to action the work.
That’s why we created an artwork briefing module for PageProof.
Simply put, you can take an existing file that you’d like changes made to, upload it into PageProof, add your comments using the red pen tool and send it to your agency, colleague, or internal designer as a brief for actioning.
Briefs are organised neatly and in order of deadline on the receivers dashboard.
When the receiver of your brief has a proof ready for you to view, they upload the first proof version on top of the brief and you’ll be invited to review and approve the work.
All the history is kept together letting you at any stage go back in time to view the initial brief, all the proof versions and the of course the proof that was given final approval.
Nice and simple, just like PageProof.
Briefing is a module that can be added onto your Teams or Enterprise plan. If you’d like to see a full demo of how briefing will help streamline your process, book a time here.
Everyone on a proof will get a red pen to add comments, but let’s look at the different roles for reviewers: reviewers, mandatory reviewers, gatekeepers and the final approver.
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