Quick Tips: Working With the Creative Team

John Slater

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As leader of the creative team here at Mozilla, I’m often asked about the best way to work with my group. What kind of info do we need to kick off a project? Is a creative brief really necessary? Do we have a process, and what is it, anyway?

Quite rightly, people want to know these sorts of things, and while I’m always happy to discuss in person I also thought it would be helpful to put a few basic tips into a video for the Capture Mozilla series. So, if you’ve ever wondered about the best way to engage the Mozilla creative team (or perhaps the similar team at your organization, if that’s more relevant to you), then sit back for three minutes and enjoy:

Big thanks to our awesome community member Sean Bolton for his help putting the video together. And if you liked this one we have a few others like it in the works, so stay tuned for more coming soon.

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  1. Robyn Chau wrote on :

    Thanks for posting this! Entertaining and informative :)

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  2. Kate wrote on ::

    Thanks. Very helpful as I build out a design department. Love the blog and getting a glimpse into your world. High five!

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  3. Jeanne Curran wrote on ::

    Where do I find creative brief instructions? How do I let you know I exist and find a way to connect? (I’m a Ph.D., Esq. Emeritus State Univ. Prof. – have much I’d like to share. jeannie

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  4. LAva Kumar wrote on :

    i have a suggestion about the visualisation of fire fox

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  5. Ganesh wrote on :

    The video posted above is really good and now it will be easy to follow us the steps shown in it.

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