Aspire Communications launched in 2005 as a way to further study and develop dynamic visual presentation methods. The concepts have their conceptual beginnings in a research project at the University of Arizona in Tucson during the late 1990s. Robert and numerous other colleagues have since expanded and honed those ideas to create the methodology now called visual language.
To help other speakers, trainers, and salespeople apply visual language strategies within their presentation contexts, Aspire offers training, consultation, and development services, along with a full array of learning materials in the form of books, templates, and video tutorials. We manage a collaborative, international team that can scale up or down to match client needs.