Free Webinar: Visual Design for Digital Storiesby Mallory Wood
ESTIMATED READING TIME: 1 minute
How does strong visual design support storytelling? In this webinar, we’ll explore principles for creating visual interfaces that encourage reading, exploration, and interaction.
What You’ll Learn
- Current best practices and emerging trends in visual design for storytelling.
- Ways to develop clear visual hierarchies of photography and type.
- Planning considerations for optimizing visual design across mobile, tablet, laptop, desktop, and widescreen.
- Techniques for a creating a cohesive visual experience across social media channels
Who Should Attend
- Visual and user experience designers
- Brand managers, writers, social media strategists, and editors
Nitty Gritty Details
- When: Wednesday, July 20, at 2 p.m. EDT / 11 a.m. PDT
- This webinar will last approximately 45 minutes + 15 minutes for Q&A.
- Cost is free, registration is required.
- When you register, you’ll receive a login code that is unique to you and can be used only once. If you choose to project the webinar to a room full of eager colleagues, all the better! In fact, we hope you do.
This webinar will be recorded and each registrant will receive unlimited access to the slide deck and session recording.
Can’t make the live webinar? We still encourage you to sign up to ensure that you receive timely access to the recording and slide deck.
Meet the Presenters
Voltaire Santos Miran — co-founder, CEO, and senior strategist — has more than two decades of experience in fundraising, marketing, and communications strategy for nonprofits. He was the lead strategist for the University at Buffalo’s mental models project and is currently working with Heartland Community College on a persona-driven personalization initiative.
Ben Bilow is an art director and graphic designer with 15 years of professional experience. His design work is defined by a creative spirit and storytelling — as art director at Columbia College Chicago, he oversaw graphic design projects produced by the in-house design studio. His work encompassed strategic planning, design, and production for print, web, and environments, and he created and managed brand standards collegewide. Ben’s design work at Columbia College won 16 awards from Graphic Design USA and two CASE gold medals.