At Stereolize, interactive presentation design means to focus on visual storytelling. Because the story your speaker, product or idea is telling will drive your audience to react to the message your company wants to send out. This is why we design presentations and shows that will always be considered as special by the audience, from the initial setup to the final content. This is our way to change how presentations are done today, by creating truly immersive multimedia experiences.
When we talk about visual storytelling, we refer to use visuals as a way to help the audience understand the core message our clients have in mind. Creative and interactive presentations are not a display of fancy elements here and there to support a keynote. First of all, you must always link the information to be shown to the main idea. This is where our design skills come into play.
Every time we design a presentation for our clients, we apply our design talent to strengthen the central message, which is the main purpose for any company to host a presentation in the first place. We adapt to the space, but also to the necessary elements that are to be included. This way we can make a presentation interactive and immersive. We consider that interactivity is only useful where it has a purpose that serves the main goal
Our job consists in designing presentations that combine simplicity with style and memorable visuals that keep the audience’s interest in what is being presented. So, any corporate presentation is for us an effort in assimilating our clients’ core message as our own.
To prove our point, we have many examples of presentations that Stereolize designed for clients with very different backgrounds, different experiences and different goals and messages to tell. We have worked in keynote speeches, investor meetings, product launches, and many more.
For Stereolize, a successful presentation is the one where the audience responds exactly as you envisaged before it takes place. The question we always ask our clients is: what would you like your audience to say about you, if asked after your presentation?
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In order to understand how the world of presentations is changing, we would like to offer a couple of links to some very useful generic resources. They provide helpful tips that can be applied in any circumstance, regardless of the type of presentation, may it be a simpler PowerPoint and/or Keynote supported speech, or a more complex interactive setup.