Animating and abstract concept.
Experts are not always easy to understand. When you have an expert going into detail about a process or procedure, graphics can make all the difference in having that information understood.
The task was:
Illustrate an experts process.
Animate that process in different steps.
Present that process in stages so the expert can discuss.
Having a specialist or medical expert go into the details of their process can be very overwhelming to people unfamiliar with their profession. Trying to explain that process one step at a time and using graphics to narrate the process can be the difference between understanding or tuning out completely.
Seeing is believing. Especially when you can illuminate a process that might otherwise seem confusing.
“Working with Narrative Graphics has brought my courtroom presentations up to the next level of quality and effectiveness.”Steve Brady, Esq.
Owner of the Brady Law Group
“Narrative Graphics has not only been able to turn my visions into reality, his skills as an animator, graphics artist, and master in Power Point have allowed me and my firm to continue to take our messaging, be it in court, in legal education, or in print media, to a whole new and customized level. If you can imagine it, and articulate it, they can produce it.”Chris Dolan, Esq.
Owner, Dolan Law Firm
“Matthew is a talented artist with keen understanding of concepts behind messaging in today’s media marketplace. His attention to detail, comprehensive approach, and forward thinking have rewarded his clients and employers with large gains in market share and brand relevance. Having worked with Matthew on 7-figure media projects since 2014, and dissecting the subsequent lead data, I can unreservedly recommend Matthew for any media related venture.”Chris Marsh
Senior Sales Rep, Northern California Yellow Pages
“I have worked with Narrative Graphics many times, and I highly recommend them for all graphics and presentation projects. They understand litigation, are very creative, and brimming with ideas. If you have a story to tell in trial, they have the tools and the know-how to help you help the jury to understand.”Quinton Cutlip, Esq.