It’s the event of the year.
You’ve been invited to give a conference presentation at a huge industry event. This is a big deal. Go you. We knew you could do it.
You’ve spent weeks crafting your presentation, included every piece of data, every stat, every graph that shows your success. Your years of expertise in the industry are laid out in timeline format, establishing credibility. You’ve moved text around, changed your font, changed it back. Faded it in, on click, and added a little whirl at the end, to show you know how to have fun.
You even put a joke at the start, to get the crowd warmed up.
Stepping out onto that stage...
You feel confident that you’ve covered all bases, answered any question or objection they might have, and proven you know what you’re talking about.
So, why is it that, just two minutes in, the collective eyes of your audience have glazed over? You’ve counted at least fifteen stifled yawns, twenty-six swift glances at the clock, and countless seat shuffles.
This isn’t good.
Look, there’s a reason why most people fear public speaking more than death.
There are so many ways it can go wrong and, when it does, it is oh, so public.
Don’t run the risk of looking like a massive fool in front of all those people. Instead, work with a conference presentation agency who can handle everything when it comes to your keynote presentation. From your narrative and your visual story, to audience interaction and motion design; we’ll tie it all together in an immersive presentation experience.
You get all the glory, and we get one step closer to making Death by PowerPoint extinct. Win win.
Think we’re all talk?
Causing a splash.
A conference presentation example
AG Barr needed to showcase the company story, along with some performance statistics, in a way that best represented them as the dynamic, vibrant, and cutting-edge brand they are.
This keynote presentation was to be unveiled at the IMAX in the Trafford Centre, Manchester, so needed to have the cinematic impact to boot.
This project was completely different from the average, but we’re not afraid of a challenge.
Go big, creating a conference presentation example that looks
like it’s had a few cans of Rockstar.
There is nothing subtle about this brand, and that made for a great starting point for this project.
The design team were able to play with bright, contrasting colours, big, bold text, and strong design elements for maximum slide impact.
Project Manager, Buffalo 7
Playing with texture.
The client had an exciting relationship with a popular video game, so we wanted to tie the gaming assets in perfectly with the keynote presentation assets, for a seamless look. We played around with typography to add emphasis to key words in unexpected ways. We didn’t want to add clutter to the slides where we didn’t have to, due to the size of the screen it was to be presented on. Instead, we conveyed the bold nature of the brand in how we framed the slide, and how we structured the copy.
Senior Designer, Buffalo 7
We created a patterned treatment, inspired by the droplets of condensation on freezing cans. We applied this to both plain background slides and over imagery, adding texture and creating a consistent design style throughout this conference presentation, no matter the content.
Senior Designer, Buffalo 7
We built a high-energy feel from the start, without overdoing it. There is no extra fluff, nothing surplus to requirement, just important information and images cut out to remove the backgrounds and focus on the products as heroes.
When creating conference presentation experiences for the big screen, the temptation is to cram more graphics in and go big with the animations, whereas actually large screens call for minimalism, so the eye doesn’t get exhausted tracking movement around.
Presentation Experience Specialist,
There’s a buzz around
this conference presentation.
Our conference presentation stood out as the best part, and presentation, of the day! The Rockstar section was the talk of the conference, with everyone asking our contact where they’d gone to produce that. Making noise at these events is how the individual brands cut through to the group heads and get more support and confidence where they need it.
Senior Sponsorship and Promotions Manager,