The cover sets the tone of the overall brand guide. The most popular option is to include the company logo on the cover.
This is where your client's business information and brand story live.
Logo and its usage
This section sets out the rules on how the brand logo should be used. For example, if the logo comes in wordmark and icon forms, establish rules of where and when each form is used. List the size requirements and color specifications.
Establish a clear set of rules on the fonts used: do you want to keep it regular 12 pt, italics only or absolutely not in bold?
Providing the primary and secondary colors is good, but to ensure brand color consistency, you need to also provide the HEX, RGB and CMYK values.
Your designer profile
This is the perfect spot for your short profile which can include your contact details, experience and your portfolio. Ensure all your links work properly.
Include all the specific design terms used in the brand guide.
This is a great place to reiterate the look and feel of the brand for a strong finish. You can use a straightforward approach with the company address and logo on the side, or an artistic approach with a great quote against the primary brand color. Your client should definitely have input here.