You'd never attempt to design your company's brochure
so why would you try to make your own PowerPoint presentations for those critical meetings and pitches?
Most attempts to impress with self-made presentations backfire, even if using existing corporate templates.
Cluttered slides with badly formatted, boring text with clip art and pictures plonked on just isn’t good enough any more.
As one of the first things a potential client might see from you, it sets the tone for you and your company. Your clients will be judging you from the first minute and comparing your business against what they've seen from the competition.
We want to help deliver you a PowerPoint presentation that is designed to stand out from the crowd and be remembered for all the right reasons.
We will start by freshening up your slides, working with you to strip away anything you don't really need. We can then create the intro animations, diagrams, charts, infographics and videos. Combined with beautiful design these will take you to the next level and make your business message more engaging and memorable.
And of course, presenting can be stressful at the best of times so having something you are confident in and proud to walk through can really help you relax. The better you feel, the better your delivery and hopefully you'll turn the whole experience into a more enjoyable and effective one.
As well as on-brand presentations and master templates for those important everyday meetings we can create a bespoke menu-driven sales kits, impressive keynote speeches, touch screen displays and interactive kiosks.
Here are some things to think about before you start your project
Where will you be making your presentation?
what kind of atmosphere do you wish to create?
can you do anything to change the arrangement of the room to suit your objectives?
what audio-visual hardware can you use and is your computer ok and powerful enough?
What do you want to achieve?
what are the main 3 points you want your audience to understand?
what action do you want your audience to take following your presentation?
what do you think your presentation needs to meet your objectives?
Who are you presenting to?
how much will they already know?
what might help them understand?
technical jargon or clear practical explanations?