Brandikaran | FakeClients’ Creates Faux Design Briefs To Get You Out Of Mental Ruts
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FakeClients’ Creates Faux Design Briefs To Get You Out Of Mental Ruts

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FakeClients’ Creates Faux Design Briefs To Get You Out Of Mental Ruts

18-year-old web designer August van de Ven has put together an interesting creative prompt generator to keep you inspired.

While there are a handful of similar tools that help spur original ideas, their prompts are usually produced in a mad-lib style, whereas this one throws in an obstacle that designers face in the real world: clients.

‘FakeClients’ aims to help creatives hone their logo design skills with suggestions from faux clients, which are often kept vague.

“When I started designing logos, I always struggled to build up a portfolio,” Ven described. “It would also be hard to come up with ideas to practice on.”

“I created the site so beginners can get experience in designing logos and working with clients using these random generated briefs from various types of businesses.”

The tool has been in the works for about two months, and after some feedback from the graphic design community on Reddit, the designer has fine-tuned it for more clarity.

Check out some examples here and give ‘FakeClients’ a try here.

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Screenshot via FakeClients

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Screenshot via FakeClients

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Screenshot via FakeClients

[via Product Hunt, screenshots via FakeClients]

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