Tell a Story
Stories are the core of human communication. They are how we form ideas, how we share them with others, and importantly, one of the best tools for memory. But you might wonder what stories have to do with presentations.
The fact is, all presentations are stories. They have an intro that hooks you in, a body that expresses a point of view, and a conclusion that wraps everything up. And too many people look at a presentation and think they need design overhaul or fresher headlines, but what they really need are storytelling services.
Ready to make your presentation storytelling stand out? We can help.
Visual Storytelling Services
While the visual side of PowerPoint storytelling can mean progress indicators, section breaks, and other clear markers, it’s the subtle visual details that really bring the story to life. Images that evolve, cues that guide the eye, and even the things you don’t include are all ways that your visuals tell a compelling story.
At VerdanaBold, we believe that PowerPoint storytelling isn’t just a smart approach to your next presentation, it’s the best way to set your brand apart from the competition.
Narrative Storytelling Services
What’s the difference between a presentation that has the essential points, and one that tells a story? One has a relevant title, the other has a headline that urges you on. One was written on a blank slide and dropped next to images, the other uses language that complements the visuals. One tells the facts, and the other brings the audience into your world, and shows them the true value your company offers. So, which sounds better to you?
We start every presentation we work on by asking what story we will tell, because we believe so strongly in the effectiveness of PowerPoint storytelling.
Check out our process to learn more about what makes our approach to storytelling services unique, and how we can help deliver real results for your company.
Sometimes greatness is just a nudge away. When Absolute Results came to us with their sales pitch, the visuals storytelling was already strong. We helped them refine their narrative to make their story pop.
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