May 2020ThemeVision routinely utilizes mounted boards to show your argument in a compelling manner.PowerPoint and TrialDirector may be the presentation formats of choice today, but don’t forget about the tried-and-true workhorse, printed trial exhibit boards.ThemeVision graphic designers still encourage the use of boards in many litigation presentations. The impact and importance of well-designed printed trial … more »
April 2020 Schematic Trial Graphics: Process Chart Schematics can convey complex processes to the jury in a manner that simply cannot be achieved with words alone.In the process chart shown here, ThemeVision helped to show the nuances of a manufacturing process. Process Charts Also called: process flowchart, process flow diagrams These can be instrumental in … more »
November 2019 Demonstratives: Enhanced Patent Drawings Recently, ThemeVision was asked to help show technologies described in patent language. The original patent drawings were not sufficiently able to show the directions of air currents circulating through the device. The language of the patent accurately described this pathway, but without an enhanced visualization, the description was unclear … more »
A ThemeVision graphic tutorial can be instrumental in making a real impact on the decision maker’s understanding of the issues in complex cases.
Interactive timelines enhance presentation and understanding by allowing a nonlinear, in-depth review of events and arguments.
A good presentation combines words, images, and symbols, to inform, educate, and persuade. It not only captures the reader’s attention, but leads them through a series of steps to understand and interpret your message to form a lasting impression.
September 2019 Demonstratives: Timelines Use timelines to communicate trial themes In a recent case, ThemeVision helped by creating a thematic timeline where non-compete agreements in a medical practice partnership were at issue. ThemeVision’s timeline not only provided a chronology of events, but also wove together numerous documents to visually and thematically tell the story of … more »
If your case involves locations, distances or boundaries, then a map is an easy yet effective way to signal to your audience that these details are important.
A cutaway is a graphic in which surface elements are selectively removed, making internal features visible, while maintaining the overall context of the item.
A Pullout is a graphic that “pulls” importantinformation or text from documents in evidence. These may also be known as Document Callouts.