6 Ways To Get More From A Limited Budget For Trial Graphics

By Marti Martin Robinson, Litigation Insights Inc. (January 26, 2017, 2:29 PM EST) -- The importance of adding a visual component at trial cannot be understated. Our research shows that comprehension and retention of trial themes is greatly enhanced by the incorporation of effective visuals. Well-designed demonstratives can reinforce your case themes, reduce case ambiguities, and ensure consistency, coherence and comprehension of your message.

Producing visuals is a creative process that attorneys often find they enjoy. With so many variables, ideas and possible directions, it can be difficult to adhere to a strict graphics budget. While hiring the right visual communications team is a crucial first step, there are several things you can do to...

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