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PRESENTATIONS ARE CREATED EVERYDAY

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Presentations are important

They are more than a set of PowerPoint slides – presentations are a ‘moment of truth’.

Great presentations are a mix of a compelling presentation story, powerful visuals and authentic delivery. Get the formula right and you are well on your way. Get it wrong and efficiency, focus and value fly out the window which can leave your audience scratching their heads in confusion.

Recognising that your audience are the most important stakeholder in any presentation is the first vital step to take in the presentation creation process. We know that applying this approach, and focusing your time and attention on your audience has led to far more effective business presentations.

This is why Eyeful are on hand at each stage of the process to ensure you get the most out of your next ‘moment of truth’.

EYEFUL HELP YOU TO DELIVER A COMPELLING STORY WHICH WILL RESONATE WITH YOUR AUDIENCE ENOUGH TO SPARK A CHANGE WITH THEM

PRESENTATION MESSAGING

Through our Presentation OptimisationTM tried and tested methodology, we craft a compelling presentation structure, encompassing the key messages you want your audience to remember and act upon. This presentation creation process puts your audience at the heart of your presentation thinking.

PRESENTATION DESIGN

Once there is an understanding of the purpose of your presentation, powerful visuals can play a vital role in connecting a presenter with their audience. We bring your whole presentation to life with engaging visuals which support and enhance your presentation story.

PRESENTATION TRAINING

Coupled with our presentation training, this ensures that you as a presenter are primed and confident to deliver to the best of your ability. After experiencing our presentation creation training, you can be sure that your next presentation will be successful and persuasive, making the most out of the opportunity.

WE ARE NOT JUST A POWERPOINT DESIGN AGENCY

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Wow! We are incredibly lucky to have such talented people here at Eyeful.

Take a look at Lex's impressive droid design below, along with the process he took...

Lex James Goodwin on LinkedIn: "Here‘s the process for my droid design. It started as a sketch on some paper. Working out shadows and shapes very quick and basic. I then went onto Adobe Illustrator and started drawing out the basic line shapes. Merging them to create the outline before adding metallic gradients across to show variation of light. So when I imported some rust texture from the internet on a variety of different layer modes you would see the chiaroscuro. I also added blunt shadows under the head and around the ventilation grates in a dark blue colour, dark blue allows for cold lighting which is what I wanted. I would‘ve used dark brown or orange to show a warmer lighting effect. I then imported it into photoshop as a smart object. Sharpening some of the details using the dodge and burn brush to bring depth of shadow and highlighting the lens‘ in the face. Exported as a PSD into my iPad and used procreate to digitally paint scratches, emblems and the broken metal plates again using a variety of layer modes (this bit was very experimental) mainly using multiply for shadows and colour dodge for highlights. Variations of light blue highlights and burnt umber/orange low lights. I also added bits of bloom to the main body and the corner of the art board to show the direction of light."

November 9, 2019: Lex James Goodwin posted images on LinkedIn

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