I’ve crossed this term a couple of times now and am considering to apply stylescapes into my workflow for graphic design. If you’re not familiar with the term (not a moodboard) take a look at this video by TheFutur https://youtu.be/lGmPCutgI2o?t=287
I am wondering though, how many of you have created these for actual clients and is it worth the extra amount of work you put into? Did it save you a lot of time in the end or did it raise more questions and has the client started to give only more input resulting into more work?
As I can see it’s a better representation of the idea than just sending them an existing example of what you want to create since only parts of the style are going to be implemented and it can prevent many misunderstandings about the branding. Obviously you’re also presenting at least 3 ideas, so my assumptions are they’re more easily satisfied in the end because they felt like they got exactly what they were thinking they would.
Sorry if there’s already a topic about this, but the term didn’t come up anywhere on the forum while searching for it.