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Visual Language Development ProjectsRobert Lane2015-12-13T22:01:16+00:00
Development Projects go beyond merely giving you the tools and training to build dynamic presentation materials on your own. We directly assist with analysis, planning, organization, visual content design, and presentation platform construction.
Projects are always a collaborative effort between our experts and yours. You know your business best and we can’t do our job well without relying upon your content knowledge and industry expertise. Our role is streamlining the process of deciding what to say, how to show it, how to organize the results for fast retrieval while speaking, and how to prioritize what gets built and when.
If needed, we can assist with photography, graphic design, video production, long-term maintenance and training. Our approach is modular, meaning we assist with as little or as much as your team needs to accomplish project goals on time and on budget.
The process starts with a contact from you. We then schedule an exploratory web-based visual conference call so we can look at your current presentation materials and gain a sense of the communication goals and scope. This is also a good time to ask additional questions and explore past projects we’ve been involved with. There is no cost or obligation of any kind at this phase. Then if the project seems like a good match for both your side and ours, we’ll initiate a proposal with several options your team can explore.
Once a project plan is in place, we’ll schedule additional meetings according to the established timeline and benchmarks.
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Brief description of project goals (Ex: audiences to be reached, types of presentations: sales, training, executive)
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