Our Big Pictures bring even the most complex content to the point in a simple and quickly understandable visual way: They condense the broad and concretise the general. Therefore, conceptualising a Big Picture requires a lot of expertise and finesse: because it is not always so easy to filter out the “essence” of what a company wants to communicate with a Big Picture. But time and again, our consultants and our creatives have met this challenge in the past and successfully mastered it in numerous projects! These successes have now motivated us to launch another Big Picture format: Mini Big Pictures.
Mini Big Pictures are – as their name suggests – smaller, reduced versions of our Big Pictures. Unlike their “big brothers”, Mini Big Pictures consist of only one basic symbol in the background and up to 5 smaller scene pictures that can be individually designed and filled with content. They therefore do not go into as much informational depth as Big Pictures, but are sufficient to provide a comprehensive overview of certain company topics (such as corporate benefits or career opportunities). And of course, Mini Big Pictures play to the same strengths as Big Pictures: they make it clear at a glance what it is all about and are able to strongly emotionalise even “dry” topics and present them in an inspiring way. This also makes it easier to remember the content to be conveyed.
Feel free to contact us if you would like to learn more about the Mini Big Pictures. Whether as a print version (for example as a mural or printed handout) or digitally for the internet or intranet, for PowerPoint presentations, your social media channels or for e-learning tools: Within a few days, we will create a Mini Big Picture for you that gets to the heart of your topics in an eye-catching way!
We have implemented Mini Big Pictures once with some sample content for the topic “Corporate Benefits”. In addition to the visualisation, you can also see here how to work with animations and how several Mini Big Pictures can be combined into a slider to embed them in a website.