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Following a competitive pitch to the VP for Brand & Creative at Discovery Networks Western Europe, we are delighted to announce that the Discovery Channel has chosen our presentation app PresentiaFX to manage their presentations throughout Europe.
The Discovery Channel are an exciting, dynamic and forward thinking media company. Traditionally their sales teams have not had a consistent style or level of quality for their presentations. Often sales people would cut and paste low res imagery off the web and distributing up to date promo video showreels has proved very challenging.
A pilot group has just gone live across both Western and Eastern Europe divisions of Discovery with our state of the art presentation app PresentiaFX which helps brands control the quality of their sales presentations. You can lock fonts, layouts, colours and ensure only the latest content and assets are used by sales teams on a global basis. You can present on PC, Mac, iPad or Android tablets and PresentiaFX tracks when sales people use the app and what is shown the most often in meetings.
We are delighted to have Discovery as a new PresentiaFX client. For more info about our presentation software PresentiaFX please click here
Porphyrias are a group of rare inherited metabolic disorders which are often misdiagnosed by medical practitioners. We were asked by Interel, one of London’s leading Public Affairs companies to produce an educational video animation to communicate the symptoms of Porphyria to reduce the level of misdiagnosis.
We storyboarded the video from a written brief and then animated the piece using a mixture of 2D, 3D and AfterEffects techniques. We have also produced a suite of animated web banners to run across industry websites. For more information about Porphyrias please visit www.porphyria.org.uk
We’ve just started working with HPI, the leading provider of vehicle checking services when you buy a car. HPI has been checking the histories of used cars since 1938.
First design project was a little infographic for a publication aimed at learner drivers.
HPI hold a wealth of data and statistics about vehicles. This includes the number of stolen cars, cars written off in accidents, cars that have been modified, re-registered etc.
Our infographic goes to press this month. We are now looking at the design of their presentations on iPads that they use when meeting dealerships.