Events Graphic Reportage

Provide your audience with pertinent and attractive visual supports to make your event a unique experience

Organising a good event (conference, workshop, training session, etc…) it’s a tiring job that usually ends when the event is over, all the roll-ups are immediately obsolete and social media feeds are full of quotes and pictures that don’t really make any sense.

I have developed, together with a Barbara Govin, a package of graphic reportage that make your events last more. It is composed of three different moments:

BEFORE

We can design and develop infographics to explain the real intrest of your events, that you can print on different supports and share on social media

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DURING

Live sketching of the most relevant moments of your event that can make be shared live on social media and/or used as a board to keep track of the ongoing discussions

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AFTER

Infographics / animation / telestrastion / video scribing to summarize the discussions and to share with your community after the event

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Here are some examples

 

 

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Analyst and lecturer of Middle East politics, security and new media, he has also a significant experience as consultant on strategic communication for NGOs and communication agencies. From 2003 to 2010 he has co-ordinated the research unit on politics and security in the Muslim World of Italy’s main private news agency, Aki - Adnkronos International. He has published numerous journalistic articles, video reports and academic essays about Middle Eastern politics and the production of Islamic discourse on the Internet. Ermete Mariani holds a master degree in Arabic Language and Civilization from the University of Venice, and Comparative Politics of the Arab and Muslim World from the Institut d’Études Politiques in Paris.