What Can The Studio Do For You?

The Studio at Corporate Events continues to work collaboratively through the Coronavirus pandemic from a distance, ensuring your message can still be communicated effectively. We’ve shared our insights across effective content and explore ways to keep your audience informed and empowered below. 

What is ‘The Studio’ at Corporate Events?

The Studio at Corporate Events has been producing creative content for a wide range of clients for over 10 years. With a wealth of knowledge and experience the team have worked across many creative disciplines as well as the more familiar work in the world of live events. Creative ideas for brand identity is a key area which clients often don’t realise we offer.

We have the experience to understand a brand and the creative skills to design a logo and transcend it across a wide range of collateral to really bring to life the visual impact of a new identity for our clients. This enables us to add value to their businesses whilst they receive more engagement from their customers as a result.

How has The Studio adapted during the Coronavirus pandemic?

Graphic design for live streaming is another area we have been more heavily involved in during recent times. The requirement to create graphics that work within a live stream broadcast such as animated ‘lower third name straps’ plus imagery and graphics to appear behind a presenter on green screen, are all things the studio is able to offer.

We also have the ability to create ‘virtual sets’ in which a presenter can appear to be presenting from an elaborate set and stage environment, when in reality, the presenter is filmed and the green screen behind replaced with the digital set.

How else does The Studio add value for clients?

Design for Print and large-scale artwork is an additional service that we are able to offer to clients for both events and other industries. We have the experience to create artwork for anything from badges through to large format building wraps to enable our clients to communicate their key message. This has been another type of regular work in the overall mix of creative projects the studio do. Artwork can be created from graphics we have designed ourselves or from an existing brand where we are required to work to specific brand guidelines.

Corporate films for web are another effective way of reaching a wide audience and they have become an increasing element of the work undertaken by the Studio on a regular basis. With the need to inform and put the message out to a wide audience – short sharp infographics helping showcase what your business does in a nutshell can create a genuine impact for many clients.

Video is so immediate and with so many channels to surface video online it is easy to see why this has become a regular requirement in the overall creative work we do. See what we can do for you and contact us.

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