Describe How You Got Idea of Your Invention
You can start patent disclosure with giving details how you got the idea of your invention. Was it an incident that all off sudden led you to a certain experiment and then came along your invention. Was there observation of a common movement of something that you got curious about and then trying of one and another led to your invention. Was their systematic research and corroboration of information over the years, which finally led you to a unique conclusion. You have to give how you come to think of the invention.
Title of Your Invention
You have to give a complete title to your invention or project. It can be name of product but often it is comprehensive than that. Name of products and services invented are generally brand names under which they are marketed or sold.
Describe Parts and Design
In the patent disclosure you will also need to mention each part of your invention and its overall design. Sometimes your overall invention is patented and sometimes some parts, which you may have taken from some other project are not patent protect because they have already been there.
Explain Use of Invention or Different Parts
With an explanation to parts and design of your invention you have to give details about use of each part or use of your invention as a whole. For example, some inventions are beneficial in solution of some social problems, so their use should be mentioned clearly.
Describe Benefits or Advantages of Invention
It is better you explain in the patent disclosure how your invention is unique. For example, it provides solution of a problem at mass level. Public at large can benefit from its use, or there any other specific benefit of its respective parts use. So the patent disclosure should have details all the advantages and benefits of your invention at any level.