The goal is to transform the space in a way that communicates the client’s vision.
Here’s one example of how a set design evolved from concept to reality.
So how do you get your audience emotionally, personally, and intellectually invested in what you are trying to communicate?
1. Pick an unconventional setting.
Your local performance arts center, your city’s history museum, an art gallery, warehouses and converted spaces, nightclub rooms for daytime events, rural settings for glam tented events.
2. Choose the right visual and audio stimuli.
Sharp, short video segments heavy on images and light on text. (Have a promo video? Keep it to a minute.) Presentations that move at a quick clip, TED Talk style. Interactive tools for audience engagement. Lighting that surprises as it sets the scene.
Create an intentional event design from the ground up. Ditch cookie cutter plans in favor of captivating, integrated audio and video experiences that attendees will long remember.
The right audio visual production partner is key to entertaining, engaging, and educating attendees in today’s Short Attention Span Theater. Promise your guests that you’ll use their time wisely, and then make sure you deliver a one-of-a-kind experience.