Posts Tagged ‘Visualize’

Employee benefits video: An essential way to communicate your story

April 1, 2015

Using storyboards creates a strong foundation for any design. Whether the final product is a video, motion graphics, a print campaign, or a client presentation; they help define the focus of your story. It’s a great way for our designers to brainstorm concepts, fine tune the direction, and present the key message. We created this sequence for an Employee Annual Enrollment video. It highlights: You have a choice – Your Medical Options, Financial Future, and your overall Wellness. See more of this storyboard here on our website.

Employee Benefits Video Storyboard Concept

Storyboarding a concept challenges us to look at information globally and communicate the message in a cohesive, visually compelling fashion. We’re able to finesse the concept, organize each slide and determine how the elements can be combined together to create a better story.

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VISUALIZE This

August 20, 2012

VISUALIZE being a winner… this is what PRISM is doing with it’s current self-promotion piece that’s being honored in the “Perfect 10” for Neenah Paper’s CLASSIC® Car Contest.

One of our goals for this project was to use color, pattern, and words to enhance the paper we chose. We brainstormed four “IZE” words to compliment PRISM’s ability to VISUALIZE: MODERNIZE, GLOBALIZE, FERTILIZE, and SOCIALIZE. The words were laser cut into sleeves allowing graphic imagery to peek through. Inside each sleeve is a graphic note card designed to “VISUALIZE” each IZE word.

Entries: about 800

Distinguished award: ability to creatively combine CLASSIC Papers, design and printing with style!

Perfect 10 Awards: 10 (we’re one of them!)

What we won: $500 greenbacks + kudos galore. You can see a picture of us on the Neenah Blog – Against the Grain.

Acceptance Speech: Thank you Neenah Paper! And thank you Becky Chaffin with OK Paper for getting us to enter. Kudos to Laser Cutting Shapes, and David Felts with Wrights Printing.


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