BUDGET&PROCESS

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Working process

analyze the brief

Each design project will begin when a client delivers the designer with a brief. The brief will outline what the client wants although as the client will likely have no design experience it is important for the designer to carefully analyse all details given by the client and if necessary to make further enquiries about the needs of the client.

identity the key requirements

Based on the analysis of the brief you must identify the most important parts. Ask yourself, what requirements must I fulfil? It is therefore important to identify and prioritise the key requirements of the brief.

Create an accommodation list

An accommodation list is a list of spaces/areas (as opposed to rooms) that will accommodate the activities of the client. If the brief is for the interior design of an entire house or office then the list may include activities such as living, dining, receiving, sleeping etc.

Research Existing Designs

Research is important to identify possible design styles and ideas which may also suit the needs of your client. These samples can be used when meeting with the client to identify the style of design which they prefer. For students research will also help to familiarise yourself with industry standard designs and the quality of design which is required.

Create a Concept Design

With the increase in design technology in recent years design concept designs can just as easily refer to 2D or 3D digital graphics as it can to traditional perspective drawings or floor plans. What remains consistently important is that your designs successfully display your ideas in a way that the client can understand and visualise.

Obtain Client Feedback

As an interior design project cannot be easily edited, like digital designs can, it is vital to get feedback from the client before proceeding with the implementation stage. Clients are often uncertain about what they really want so it is important to present your design concept in a positive manner and highlight the positive features of the design to the client. The reason for this is that an indecisive client may result in numerous design solutions being presented without any real progress being made.