Imagine you’re in a room filled with about 800 people. You’re cornered behind a podium; your voice will not stop shaking; and your lunch is stuck in your throat. It’s presentation day – mankind’s invention designed to make you feel like a scared little girl, or an opportunity to unleash your inner superstar. So what’s the turning point in making you a presentation champion?… Continue Reading →
A fun way to add an element of surprise to videos is through pop-up animation. This adds depth and dimension to any 2D animation. Working with flat images in a 3D space gives you the opportunity to add unexpected life to your video. See a clip of how we did it here:
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Rabbits being pulled out of hats.
Wands being waved.
Curtains being pulled.
Awe-inspiring accuracy when asked “Is this your card?”
There’s something to be said about magic and how it keeps the interest of a crowd. Whether it’s on the street or the Vegas strip, magic has enamored the minds of people across the world for hundreds of years. Why? It’s the mystery of the unknown.… Continue Reading →
On Tuesday, Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, unveiled many new changes to the Apple product that will be available September 18. Big Fish decided to break down the keynote and give you the five things you need to know about the new iPhones.
1. iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S
Instead of introducing one new phone update, like Apple has in the past with the 4S and 3GS, they decided to release two new phones and completely replace the iPhone5.… Continue Reading →
Sometimes the unexpected can make the biggest impact. With drawing animation, a simple video clip can be turned into an elaborate scene that lets the screen come to life. Videos become more interactive and interesting to watch with unique flare. Increase your creativity and use your imagination to accent your video in a way that can’t be done with just a camera.… Continue Reading →
The Big Fish team is continually searching for new trends in design and technology. We recently discovered the Leap Motion, a tiny device that’s smaller than a computer mouse. Its setup is simple and easy, even for those who aren’t tech savvy. Just plug it into your computer, download its accompanying software, and watch it work its magic. Wave your hands over the Leap to see your computer come to life instantly, without touching anything.… Continue Reading →
The team here at Big Fish Presentations decided to do something a little different for this week’s blog post. Instead of providing you with our usual tips and tools for presentations, design, etc., we took a second to pay tribute to the former President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela. This presentation includes 5 Leadership Lessons from Mandela, one of the greatest leaders the world has ever known.… Continue Reading →
At BFP, we believe that great content must be accompanied by great design in order to deliver an all-around memorable experience. Our motto is, “Content is King, and Design is its Queen.” Below are some examples of before & after slides that deliver powerful content in two different ways. We’ve done this to show that design can allow the audience to better experience content when they’re ingesting material with clean design.… Continue Reading →
A speech can be a powerful tool for many reasons. In many cases, speeches are simply used as a way of telling a story or to deliver a message. In this sense, if the speaker isn’t careful, it’s easy to make the speech feel one directional. However, when a speaker gives a speech of persuasion they intend to enact a response in the audience, or ‘receiver of the message’, creating multiple channels of communication.… Continue Reading →
Big news in the Big Fish Presentations office, we were awarded six Bronze Telly Awards!
For those who don’t know, the Telly awards are known for being the premier award honoring the finest film and video productions, groundbreaking web commercials, videos & films, and outstanding local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs. Each year, entries are self-nominated with approximately 11,000 submissions per year as of 2010, and the awards are judged by previous award winners.… Continue Reading →