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Joshua Hoeppner

Joshua Hoeppner is a professional illustrator, graphic designer, and senior trial technology presentation expert for his company PresentationView. He...

Mark Hindelang

Mark Hindelang has served as a litigation technology consultant in civil and criminal cases and joined the Wayne County...

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Laurence Colletti

Laurence Colletti serves as the producer at Legal Talk Network where he combines his passion for web-based media with...

Do you want to create impressive and meaningful presentations without having ample finances? Get some advice from Mark Hindelang and Joshua Hoeppner in this episode of Special Reports with host Laurence Colletti. They stop by after their presentation “Champagne Presentations on a Beer Budget” at ABA TECHSHOW 2016 to share tips on staying organized and creating a well thought out presentation. The conversation starts with some tips on the optimal way to utilize Powerpoint and some common mistakes novice Powerpoint users make. The discussion then shifts to a comprehensive breakdown and explanation of free linear and nonlinear software options. From video editing to logo creation Mark and Josh provide tips that will give you the insights necessary to ensure professional presentations on a modest budget.

Joshua Hoeppner is a professional illustrator, graphic designer, and senior trial technology presentation expert for his company PresentationView. He is well versed in developing pieces focused on persuasion or simplification of information for juries and has prepared countless trial graphics, illustrations, PowerPoint presentations, and videos for many litigation purposes. Josh received his B.A in illustration from the Columbus College of Art and Design.

Mark Hindelang has served as a litigation technology consultant in civil and criminal cases and joined the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office in 2010. He has been assigned to the Conviction Integrity Unit, Trials, District Courts, and the Special Prosecutions Division as an assistant prosecuting attorney. Mark received his J.D. from the University of Detroit-Mercy School of Law and now co-teaches a class encouraging all attorneys to view technology as inextricably ingrained into the practice of law.

Mentioned in This Episode
  • Powerpoint
  • 3D Timeline
  • Trial Pad
  • Movavi
  • Gimp
Episode Details
Published: March 21, 2016
Podcast: On the Road
Category: Legal News
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