The use of visual communication throughout the entire course of litigation can directly influence outcome. However, the most effective methods of conceiving, designing, producing, and presenting demonstratives are rarely, if ever, taught in law school.
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Featured Article: Mastering Technology Tutorials for Litigation
Since the mid-1990s, technology tutorials have achieved great popularity in United States litigation practice for two very simple reasons: (1) the fact finder/decision maker who determines case outcome generally prefers to learn new technical material visually, and (2) attorneys want to control that learning process as much as possible.
This planning guide will help you and your staff plan and produce a technology tutorial that melds technical and creative content into an informative, interesting, and persuasive package that can be presented live, accessed online, or distributed as a stand-alone presentation, all within an acceptable and realistic budget.
Repurposing Graphics to Maximize Return on Investment
Visualizing Mind-Boggling Numbers
Harnessing “Virtual Reality” to Control Flexibility of View