We have all sat through good and bad presentations, the memorable ones had a charismatic presenter with a great stage presence, and a well imagined and designed integrated digital display. Making a presentation is all about enhancing the narrator’s oration in a clear memorable fashion, stripping back and simplifying. In my opinion there are three forms;
One-to-many; The classic, the one with the bad reputation for being soporific. I endeavour to work with you to make sure your audience take note and are entertained.
One-to-one; This is a more intimate environment where you may need to “jump” though to specific parts / chapters. I can make sure that the presentation can work in a non-linear manner.
Standalone; In many instances key decision makers are absent, and you may be asked to provide your slide deck, I can design a deck that will stand out by itself, and get your message across in a clear manner.
It is often a good idea to make sure you have a leave behind after any big presentation, as this will reinforce your message. This can take many interesting forms, I can design an integrated leave behind that fits with your concept or product.
Well designed and functional websites
I offer web design and development service, and will tailor make a web experience to align with your product, brand or service. My key area that I judge a website on is intuitive functionality – a great website is deceivingly simple to navigate through.
Responsive Web Design
With mobile devices flooding the market and fast becoming the largest viewing demographic, its very important that your website looks great on tablets to smartphones – which means your website needs adapt to all the range of screen sizes both large and small, landscape or portrait. I use tools to develop websites with “responsive design” – industry lingo for adaptive design. Ensuring that all your visitors get the best viewing experience, no matter what they use to view your site.
User Interface and Experiential design
How visitors interact with your site is important. Thats why time must be spent creating wire frame models. This is a safety net to make sure that we have all pieces – and we have no glaring holes like forgetting contact information.
Content Management Systems
Its important to integrate sites with content management system (CMS). This allows for easy editing and updating. Keeping your website up-to-date and on trend. A CMS system also adds a powerful management layer and functionality to a website, these principles are perfect for maintaining a strong dynamic web presence.