3 Ways to Spice Up Presentations with Motion Graphics

1. Set the stage.

Can’t afford an expensive opening video? No problem. Use motion graphics to help set the stage up front for the story the presentation is about to tell, with the presenter acting as a live voice-over talent to enhance what’s being shown on screen.

2. Create a section break.

Make what would normally be a static slide more visually-interesting by replacing it with a quick motion graphics piece.

3. Bring a use case or case study to life.

The most frequent way we use motion graphics in a presentation is to highlight a use case for a product, service, or concept. In a situation like this, the graphics allow us to offer a more complete visual of what a potential user’s world would look like, enhancing the audience’s understanding of the presenter’s spoken description. Here are a few examples:


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Meghan Kennedy Cordella

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background in graphic design, creative director at DoubleShot Creative, interest in all things creative, culinary & aesthetically pleasing

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The latest insights and musings from the DoubleShot Creative team.