Grammy Award-winning songwriter Tim Nichols's compelling keynote visuals pull audiences in and move them to embrace his message.
HPS Speaker Visuals are a suite of custom-built branded assets that reinforce your performance and shape your relationship with your audience, every step of the way.
Writing. Rewriting. Revising. Editing. Rehearsing, rehearsing, rehearsing.
You do everything to make sure you are serving your speech. We do everything to make sure your branding is serving you.
To create your custom branding and logo, our team partners with you. We read your speech. We dive deeper than the surface-level questions. We get to know the real you, so that we can develop, design, and deliver custom branding and logos that capture and reflect your essence as a speaker.
HPS Branding services are included in most of our design packages, and can be added to any other service.
Slide presentations can charm audiences, hold their attention, and spark their imagination…or woosh right past them, without making any impression at all.
You may not know the key factors that make the difference. We do.
Our team has spent years developing speeches in close partnership with speakers from around the world. When it comes to creating custom slide presentations, we know what your speech—and your audience—needs.
Slide presentations can be designed as an easily modifiable template, or as a custom deck advised and directed by our team, tailor-made to fit to your performance. Slide presentation design services are included in our Speaker Visuals package, but can also be purchased separately.
Put yourself in an event planner’s shoes. They get suggestions for great speakers day in and day out (and for only a select number of spots). So what can make you stand out—and make your speech more effective? A contextual model.
A contextual model is an elegantly simple visual representation of your message. It needs to be easy enough to draw on a napkin, but nuanced enough to invite questions.
A powerful contextual model not only helps distinguish you in the minds of audiences and event planners—it makes your message more memorable. It’s a way of showing your intellectual property and expertise, rather than telling.
Without a contextual model, audiences are way less likely to remember and understand your big idea. While it is necessary for you to make audiences feel, a contextual model gives audiences a memorable visual to explain why—and the why is what gets you more gigs.
A contextual model helps audiences remember your big idea. Having one created by designers who regularly create contextual models is key.
Let our visual strategists design a model that perfectly represents your big idea and positions you as a visionary speaker and thinker.