PUTTING THE FORM IN INFORMATION SINCE 1987

PUTTING THE FORM IN

INFORMATION

In an environment filled with information - we make your data memorable.

 

We make the complex - clear.

 

mind’s i media designs professional, thoughtful visuals which solve your most difficult communication needs.

Information Design

by

David Angotti

dangotti@mindsimedia.com

816-260-4430

Comparing the Human Senses – Streaming Information to the Brain

The  bulk of my projects are for the legal arena. But the process is nearly the same for all information design.

Taking scientific, business or academic data and processing it into clear graphics for a better understanding is at the heart of what I do.

 

Call or click to see how easy
it can be.

Over the 26+ years of doing this, it is apparent that the clients who take the time to develop visuals for their presentation always generate a more refined, clearer perspective of their arguments.

It can frequently change their thoughts on the power of certain materials and at times, change the theme of their case.

Angotti

You can't stop the flow of images to the mind’s eye of your audience.

However, you can take advantage of the visual resource by using

professionally designed visuals from mind’s i media.

 

The best visuals in the right media.

Exhibit Boards, Animations, Slide Shows, Digital Video…

The Facts

 The speed of business requires us to convey concepts faster and with more impact.

 Telling a story visually is the most effective way to communicate.

 You can deliver the most information, in the least amount of time, with the highest retention when you explain with our visuals.

 People are more likely to say yes and act on recommendations when you use our graphics. You will be perceived as more professional, persuasive, credible, interesting and better prepared.

The Courts Allow Visual Evidence

The rules of evidence allow us the freedom to package tedious information into concise, visual formats, which are far more agreeable to a judge or jury.

The Juries Expect Visual Evidence

The principal adversary for any trial lawyer is not so much opposing counsels as boredom on the part of the fact finder. Telling a story visually is the most effective way to communicate. You can deliver the most information, in the least amount of time, with the highest retention.

 

There Are Many Forms of Substantive Visual Evidence

  Timelines

  Flow charts

  Assembly charts

  Medical illustrations

  Maps or schematics

  Graphs and tables

  Animations

  Models

  Document Excerpts

 

There Are Many Stages of Litigation When Visuals Advance Your Communications

  Motions for summary judgment / pretrial motions

  Settlement conferences

  Depositions

  Client status conferences

  Arbitration and mediation

  Hearings

  Mock trials

  Trials

 

 

Feb 5, 2013, Paul Koepp

Kansas City Business Journal