In 2017 Prowly asked top Polish PR specialists
for advice when it comes to media cooperation.
Here are some of the statements:
Every single piece of that advice makes it easier for the journalist to decide on publishing, and in terms of advertisement, it improves efficiency.
And even though every piece of that advice is very good, it’s still hard to actually implement it. That’s why we help your agency or PR department to look after the clarity and visual layer of your content.
For 5 years, we have been working with the most difficult sectors, such as technology, logistics, banks, insurance, construction, energy, and airlines. We know how to delve into complicated subjects and put them into an attractive, accessible way. Even when it’s pallets, heating season, or restructuring state companies.
You don’t have to have a vision. We ourselves will propose creative and practical solutions. So your material can be fresh, willingly published, and better understood by both journalists and readers.
See how we can help your agency or department.
We create animations that only need 30 to 120 seconds to explain to journalists and viewers what’s the nature of your product, service or strategy.
Depending on your needs, we can make whiteboard animations that can shorten the distance between you and the receiver or vector animations that will look much more serious and professional.
Visualisations for publications
Your product or message is complex? Or maybe you have to say the same thing over and over?
We will help you find a new, fresh way to say it. Your publication – online and offline – will be truly remarkable and memorable. And you get independent material to share on social media or mailing.
How to explain the use case of your product or tell a day in an employee’s life in a cool way?
That’s where visual stories come in. Short, fun visual stories make your message easily understandable even for a 5-year-old.
We will advise you and answer all your questions.
And if you want to know more before you decide,
see our text and visual materials…