Not All Presentation Designers Are Created Equal
There’s certainly no shortage of presentation designers or PowerPoint gurus.
But when you hire me you get an innovative, tech savvy and very experienced information designer … someone who is able to address the organization and presentation of data and transform it into valuable, meaningful information*… not someone who just knows how to use PowerPoint.
My expertise has proven an invaluable asset for information intensive visuals usually found in intellectual property litigation presentations, investor relations presentations, financial presentations, technology presentations, or scientific presentations. In the last six years I’ve worked on presentations for multiple litigation matters for Level 3, Verizon Communication, and Exxon Mobile. Most recently I’ve worked with Deloitte’s Technology Top 500 ranked Infinera Corporation on their Investor Relations presentation for the Citi Technology Conference. About me >>
Design Agency Quality in a Freelance Package
HauteSlides was founded to revolutionize visual presentations through high quality, message and purpose driven design. To break slides away from non-designers and visualize information to persuade, retain and entertain. I carefully design every element of the presentation so that it fits with your message, branding and audience. My presentation work >>
Results Oriented Design for the Mind
My litigation consulting background fostered a unique skill of audience centric presentation design to achieve specific results. Also, I continually stay on top of cognitive research linked to information visualization.
Bullet Slides, Boredom and Confusion are my Nemesis
Equipped with experience and arsenal of visual communication knowledge I prepare your PowerPoint Slides for combat in the corporate coliseum.
To help your audience understand you
To help them remember you
To help them cheer for you
Let your competition hire PowerPoint MVPs, specialists or gurus.
Be Different and be Victorious.
* Nathan Shedroff definition of information design “The Information Design Handbook” 2008