When you have a new idea, sometimes it can be hard to get everyone on board. We are creatures of habit, and often times, change is scary. Your team may not get your idea, be skeptical of new technology, or be concerned by the cost and level of effort.keyboard_arrow_down
Your vision could disrupt an industry, or it could just distrupt your organization.
Over the years we've discovered four ways in which ideas fail:
You promise the idea to your customers, only to find out you won’t be able to deliver due to technical constraints.
You take a half baked idea to executives, get financial backing and a deadline, and now you’re scrambling to fill in the pieces.
Tug of War
Your staff starts working on your idea, but doesn’t have a clear understanding, and ends up taking the idea in 20 directions.
You don’t ever tell anyone, and the competition puts your idea into the market first.
"Visual Logic had the ability to take our senior leadership, and place them in the future—not just making a PPT or a report, but an experience. They helped us see how the world could be."
We specialize in making ideas like yours come to life.
First, we unpack your vision.
We pull everything out—even the smallest details—and do our best to understand and illustrate your idea.
We work through it together.
Like the saying goes, “Rome wasn’t built in a day,” and your idea won’t be either. We’ll spend time at the whiteboard revising the visuals and working through details until we get it right.
Prepare stakeholder presentation.
We’ll arm you with impactful visuals and a well-crafted story to sell your vision. Because your idea will be more tangible, your colleagues will be able to provide more useful and productive feedback.
Go back to the drawing board.
Using their feedback, we’ll iterate and fill in the gaps to further solidify your vision.
Deliver your clear and actionable vision.
After several conversations and sketches, you will feel confident in moving your vision forward.
Everyone is wired differently, and as a result, require different forms of communication for the best comprehension. We’ll create variations of your vision for different audiences across different disciplines.
Our plan works.
"Visual Logic was always on the same wave length. I could just explain a vision, and they’d start to play it out with me. They’d listen, and find a way to ask the right questions. Other consultants would just produce their own interpretations of the idea—instead of working harder to challenge and understand my interpretation of the idea."
Don’t let this be another flash in the pan.
Make it happen.
Convince your skeptics, create excitement, and change the world.
"Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without a vision just passes time. Vision with action can change the world."
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