Paul Roberts reviews Mario Pandelaere’s theory on the relationship between how quantitative information is displayed and how it impacts the judgments and decisions people make.
Design rules to elevate your trial graphics beyond clip art to effective visual persuasion.
Blame the messenger for muddled presentations, not the medium.
Five tips to help you avoid the most common mistakes we see lawyers make when designing graphics.
Maximize your time and space in the courtroom and help your jurors stay focused on your case.
Trial-tested tips for integrating graphics and trial technology effectively into your courtroom presentation.
A Simple and Strong Message
Use the principles of information architecture to create the most persuasive courtroom presentations.
From the Courtroom
When you need more than words—turning a tough concept into a tangible picture.
Is No Last-Minute Endeavor
Trial graphics are not just an end in and of themselves—how to use your courtroom graphics to develop and organize your case.
After years in the courtroom, we know what makes jurors sit up, listen, and understand.
A tool kit to get your jurors to understand your case and keep them engaged.
Two Years Later, a Progress Report
Real-world observations for those contemplating using Flash in the courtroom.
Using your presentation materials to enhance the effectiveness of teaching and storytelling.
Having the facts on your side isn’t enough—you also have to present relevant information in a clear and concise manner.
Flash technology is revolutionizing courtroom presentations.