Ways to Make Your Next Design Presentation Memorable


You’ve probably spend countless hours making your design. It doesn’t matter if you’re working on a new product, a website, or a logo project, your design won’t be enough to impress most clients. If you really want to be successful, then you’ll need to be a good salesperson as well. You need to share the story of your work. This means creating an interesting and memorable presentation. Keep in mind that the presentation should solely be about your design and your client; not about you.

In order to make a good impression, you will need to create a fascinating way to present your design and be attentive to all questions and concerns your client has. Doing this is the only way to create a good presentation. However, here are some great ways for you to make it more memorable.

Use Color Carefully

Color is one of the most important components of your presentation, so it’s best to use it carefully. Keep in mind that you don’t want to create something that’s too colorful or that won’t match your design. Make sure it’s in sync with what you’ve created in order to add more style to it. It’s recommended that you use only 2-3 colors throughout your whole presentation. Instead of constantly changing them up and confusing your clients, a small number of carefully picked colors will make your presentation more memorable.

Use Presentation Binders

Simply displaying your design on a PowerPoint presentation and sharing the story behind it can be enough to persuade some clients. However, if you want to ensure your designs get sold, you’ll need to get a bit more creative. Know that some clients simply won’t be listening to what you’re saying. Not because you’re boring, but because they listen to presentations countless times a week and have probably grew tired of them. Clients such as these like to focus on the design of your presentation. They want something that will make them impressed just by looking at it.

Because of this, it’s a good idea to use custom printed presentation binders as well. They will help ensure that each of your clients will be paying attention to what you’ve created. While some will be listening to the story you share, others will be looking at the presentation folders and the content inside them. No matter what your clients do, you can bet your bottom dollar that they’ll like both you and your design by the time you’re done with your presentation.

Explain Your Designs

Despite the fact that this should go without saying, many designers forget to explain their projects. This happens because they understand why it looks the way it looks and why they chose to include specific elements into the design. Nevertheless, you should remember that just because you understand your designs doesn’t mean that your clients will too. Your explanation doesn’t need to be long, but it should cover some of the most important decisions you made while creating the design.

Create a 3D Mockup

Coming up with an elegant product design might be enough to convince certain clients, but you’ll have much better chances of selling your projects if you create 3D mockups as well. After all, your clients would love to get an idea of how the product would look in the real world. On the other hand, if you’re creating a logo design, you can print it on different materials to show them how it looks when it’s not on a computer screen. In case you’re making a website design, allow the clients to visit it and go through the various pages you included.

Show Your Passion

If your clients see that you’re excited, they’ll get excited as well. Instead of being nervous before presenting your idea, you should be filled with enthusiasm to share your new creation with other people.


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