Visual storytelling is all about presenting the right amount of information, at the right time, with the right images. When designed correctly, the story that emerges from your presentation slides can be incredibly persuasive.
The following slides are from a presentation pitched to potential private label partners. The goal: to create a delicious opportunity that the decision makers in the room couldn't resist.
Visual storytelling isn't just for persuading investors. Captivating slides that enhance the message, without overpowering the lecturer, can help make concepts stick and keep students engaged with the learning experience.
A picture is worth a thousand words for a reason. And a well-rendered illustration is worth a thousand photographs when you need to convey information.
The USPTO has strict requirements for the illustrations that accompany both design and utility patents. The following illustrations are just a sampling of some of the accepted illustrations that we have created.
Who doesn't love a good map? We love rich visual maps that take full advantage of color, symbols, and possibly the third dimension.
This illustration of a new student center, and accompanying grounds, needed to work within the campus's existing three-dimensional map. We created it using architectural renderings and photos taken during construction.
This art gallery map was a fun project because of the callout. How can a section be emphasized without obscurring the rest of the map? Challenge accepted.
We create all of our sites to be responsive, and we write the code ourselves.
Container Science needed their website to serve as a portal to a web-based model, to act as a hub to download documentation, and to support the company's trademark filings.