So, you probably came here to find out about me… but first… I have a question for you.
Have you ever asked yourself any of these questions before?
- How can I capture the attention and interest of my audience?
- How do I design better looking presentations?
- How can I make my content more digestible and engaging?
- What can I do to help people support my call for change?
- Where can I find the right kind of images to use for my content?
- How can I clearly illustrate my points even if I’m not an illustrator?
Well, then, you’re in the right place.
Cos’ that’s the kind of stuff I dive into all the time. It’s been the focus of my work for the past 15 years, and I’m all about sharing this with as many people as possible.
Hey there! I’m Dinesh Rudra
Visual communicator, speaker, facilitator, entrepreneur and a big fan of ‘show and tell’.
I help leaders communicate change visually.
How? By looking at existing content or messages, and working out how best to package the message so that it’s easy to deliver and even easier to receive and digest through:
- animated videos
- poster design
- intranet visuals
- presentation design
I work very closely with change managers, internal communication managers and project managers – especially on major change initiatives or transformation programs.
Some of my key clients include KPMG Australia, KPMG China, ANZ, CultivateCentral, Direct Connect, Anecdote, Medibank, Lardi & Partner GmbH, MonashHeart and Melbourne Heart Care.
What I write about:
- visual internal communications
- creative change communications
- employee engagement
- presentation design
- web and intranet design
- science of perception
- visual language and vocabulary
I hope you enjoy reading my posts and that you find some actionable content that you can start using right away. Thanks for dropping by!
I’d love to hear from you. If you’re a change maker, curious about the visual language, passionate about change and communications … or just plain enjoy a cup of hot chai latte with honey on the side… leave me a note.
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