my name is scott
i'm a designer
I work as a presentation consultant to the top management of Fortune
1000 companies. My clients include CEOs, CFOs and a broad array
of senior management.
Over the past fifteen years my work has been presented to Wall Street
analysts, Board of Directors and executive teams.
Industries that I've worked
I work one-on-one directly with my clients.
The work is custom, not from a template,
to give you exactly what you want.
There is no salesperson in the way.
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These slides are a tiny
sampling form the
hundreds of presentations
I’ve created over the last
what you can expect from my workClean & SimpleMeaningfulInspiring
Fancy and colorful
I prefer to minimize
design elements and
from your message.
The viewer's eye
should be drawn to
the information that
is most important.
should never com-
pete with the infor-,
mation, it should
ages overuse of
bullets and other
Slide houses traditionally charge by the slide. A simple text slide
would cost around $35. Ten simple slides cost $350. Every chart
and graph and photo, every live of text over five, every graphic
will cost through the roof.I charge by the hour — $150/hour. I regularly turn out six average slides per hour. Tougher work takes a bit longer. Once I see your material I can give you an accurate estimate. Simple or complex, I'm always faster than the competition.
I'm more than happy to estimate a project for you. Just give me
A graph or chart can easily take 20 minutes to customize. Add
extensive/multiple data sets and it can take even longer. Cost is
driven by complexity. Making it coherent is the challenge.
Our presentation projects vary from $500 to $15,000. I regularly do
full-day and multi-day analyst shows for Wall Street as well as smaller
10–20 slid shows.
We take our direction from the client. Do you want us to just do
a fast cleanup, or do you want use to get intimately involved in the
design of the show?
I am proud of the superior work that I do
and I do it on time, often early.
I understand the reality of deadlines.
I have never missed one, and I intend to
keep it that way.
Scott Von Fedlt