Entries Tagged as 'Creative Projects'

Flash — a quick look at the pros and cons

August 18th, 2010 No Comments

Flash is a great multimedia tool. Here are some of the advantages: Fairly easy to create Files are small Great for the Web Can be used in PowerPoint (walk-in, intro, breaks, closing) Can be used on a laptop (as a product demo, ROI calculator, a full presentation, to name a few) Far cheaper than video […]

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Flash — what we need to know to get started

August 18th, 2010 No Comments

Before starting any Flash project, here are some of the questions we’ll ask: What will it be used for? Web, event, trade show, kiosk, flat panel display? Display dimensions: What are the pixel dimensions of the display device (1366 x 768, 1024 x 768, 852 x 480, 600 x 800, and so on). Ideally, the […]

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Selling with a hands-on ROI demo

August 16th, 2010 1 Comment

Bluewave is all about visual storytelling. We design professional presentation media that help our clients deliver clear, compelling and visually impactful communications for corporate events, keynote executive speeches, product launches, sales meetings and road shows. These are often big-stakes situations, where high pressure, precision and state-of-the-art multimedia predominate. But sometimes the most effective selling tool […]

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What Bluewave needs to get started

August 12th, 2009 No Comments

Here’s what we need to nail down before beginning a project: Do you have an existing color palette? If not, we can create one. For color palettes that we develop, we’ll discuss general color directions with you. Any special graphics you want us to use? Your event may feature a unique theme, logo, illustrations, photos, posters, etc. […]

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How a design firm works

April 2nd, 2009 No Comments

All a design firm has to sell is time — time to create artwork. Clients don’t always understand the full scope of the design process. All parts of the project must be billed. Here is a list of billable items in a typical presentation project, in timeline order: Discuss the project. Often free, but it […]

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