HOW WE WORK
Our mutual collaboration will provide the level of confidence and knowledge that the presentation was tailor-made to the presenter style.
Upon contacting Court Graphix, an appointment will be set for a Graphics Consultant to meet with you to evaluate the case at hand. Upon arrival, a confidentiality agreement will be signed by both parties to ensure privacy and confidentiality of the matters involving the case.
After a careful analysis, the Graphics Consultant will determine if the case at hand meets the standard requirements for Court Graphix to provide support for your case.
If your case meets our standard requirements (e.g. Conflict of interest check, etc.), Court Graphix will then submit a Project Proposal for your review.
Contract / Retainer
Upon mutual agreement, a Project Contract will be submitted outlining the terms scope, its extent, expected deadlines and costs associated with the project.
- For short term cases or one-off projects Court Graphix will submit a Project Contract.
- Cases that require long-term support must have a Retainer Agreement.
Signing the agreement
THE PROJECT CONTRACT OR RETAINER AGREEMENT MUST BE SIGNED BY BOTH, THE CLIENT, AND COURT GRAPHIX TO BE BINDING.
*Billing and payment options will be established and agreed upon, before signing off on the proposed agreement.
Deposit / Payment options
A predetermined deposit amount will be required from the client prior to Court Graphix full engagement and support of the case at hand.
Develop a presentation strategy
Our Graphics Consultant will meet with the litigation team to establish a presentation strategy and a theme to determine how and when focal key points should be presented.
Project material / Content
Court Graphix will request all necessary evidence, photos, documents, and other case-related material, to create a presentation suitable for the case at hand. – An itemized project inventory receipt will be given to the client for the materials provided to Court Graphix for content creation.
Finalizing the project
At the end of the case all itemized Project Material/Content will be returned and signed-off by the client; at which point all outstanding billing should be reconciled.
(For a general HOW-TO guide about submitting project materials to Court Graphix please go to theTechnical Specifications Sheet by clicking here)
Tips & important Info
Our focal point will be placed on the following:
- Accurate presentation of facts
- Highlighting your case strategy with cutting edge info-graphics
- Maintaining the juror attentive to the facts and your strategy
- Defining a clear case template
The creation of a “consistent design template” is crucial to the jury’s familiarization with the litigation team, to easily distinguish the evidence being presented. – This will aid the juror’s retentive power for the time of deliberation.
- Case name
- Colors schematics
Use of color Schematics
Court Graphix makes use of strategic color schemes to evoke a specific feeling and persuade the juror, conveying your case in a powerful and strategic manner, while maintaining a “simple-and-to-the-point” design approach. - Avoiding busy and distracting elements to keep the jury’s attention focused on the point at hand is key.
- Color schematics
- Accurate information
- Persuasive and Convincing visuals