We explored INSCALE’s Morph presentation a while ago. This time, the folks at INSCALE share their showcase presentation in which their designers combine composition, aesthetics and artistic vision.
Again, the folks at INSCALE have pushed PowerPoint’s abilities to another limit.
I asked INSCALE’s Dominic Späth: How do you approach presentations that can be saved and shared as Youtube videos? Also, is there a market for such showcase decks?
Here’s Dominic’s answer: As the inventor of the PowerPoint Movie, INSCALE started to create videos in PowerPoint using PowerPoint 2003 and screen capture software. Today, it is much easier to create and export videos from PowerPoint. The most common use cases are event presentations, which can be provided to all employees after the event through a wide array of channels such as YouTube, Vimeo, or internal company channels.
The benefit is that one can edit the file and incorporate beautiful animations at any time in a familiar platform, so you don’t need to use any fancy video editing software that may be expensive or confusing. Our clients can show off great design while staying flexible in case they want to change anything.
Dominic Späth is the owner and founder of LEBEMAN which markets the brand INSCALE.
Known as a leading presentation specialist with over 17 years of experience in consulting clients and leading a presentation design company, his focus is mainly on innovative presentation techniques and their most effective individual design. With skills stemming from an education in 3D design and printmaking, he is always looking for the newest technology to make presenting an interactive, memorable experience for every audience.
Thanks to INSCALE’s Johanna Kneifel, who was my liaison for this feature.
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