Developing and installing the Corporate Standard for World Wide Fund
New corporate identity style, existing PowerPoint presentations
Analysing source data
Analyzing the corporate identity style that contains a rich color box, a great variety of footnotes, plates, mini maps, animal pictograms and variations of WWF's panda emblem.
Structuring design samples
Defining 2 presentation styles:
And 3 color schemes.
Adjusting dividers to each style:
Defining procedures for changing styles and color scheme
Making all elements color-coordinated and consistent with the color of each template.
Setting slides samples, layouts, color schemes.
Here’s how the menu ‘Layout’ looks like after it was set up.
Elements from brand book, meant for presentations…
|…are transferred into vectorial mode||the same goes with Panda emblems|
Programming the panel with all templates and elements
Creating the panel’s interface: interface icons, icons for slides, and elements templates.
That’s how it looks like in PP:
|Selecting slides||Selecting elements|
|Changing the presentation format||Changing colors|
Adding pictures to the gallery is simple and can be done right from the Panel.
The world’s leading conservation organization, WWF works more than 50 years for protection the environment on the planet. WWF's mission is to stop the degradation of our planet's natural environment, and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.
"WWF, the global conservation organization, thanks PowerLexis for its charitable contribution – the PowerPoint Panel elaborated specially for WWF worldwide. Great solution with a very useful control panel. It makes creating On-Brand PowerPoints effortless. Users will like it as it's versatile and user-friendly."
Kah Leng Ng
Head, Information Technology