Visual Communication Process (Design Dictionary)

The visual communication process of graphic design is how you go about being able to communicate with your client so that they can tell you exactly what they want and you can produce in and show them what you have made.

The process involves four different components which are the communication need; the research; the generation, development and refinement of ideas; and the production and evaluation.

The communication need is all about the requirements of the designer which the client will set out in a set brief which would include all the information you would need to be able to produce exactly what the client requires.

Credit: Some of the information used here was learn in the Alison Graphic Design Course.