According to an article in Forbes, there is overwhelming evidence in support of visual communication being key to a more powerful marketing plan. Incorporating video and images into your messaging makes your brand more appealing, more memorable and more likely to engage your target audience. That’s where architectural visualization comes in…
Photo-realistic images are generated by a computer using three-dimensional modelling software. These renderings are usually created for architectural presentations, property marketing and design analysis purposes. 3D renderings usually consist of three main types – interior, exterior, and aerial images, or CGI’s.
Today’s consumer has an increasing desire for authenticity and brand connection. It’s not surprising that property developers employ bespoke marketing and branding strategies when launching new property developments. Our tailored strategies are used to target potential buyers, using the most effective touch points across digital and social media platforms to sell living spaces. We focus on building brand strategies that nurture leads and ultimately lead to sales.
Recent research show the hidden powers of the five senses. Below is a summary of how our five sensors process information.
Our services will ensure you stay focused on what matters most when creating your next property marketing campaign.
*Source: Dr. L.D. Rosenblum, Dr. Harold Stolovitch and Dr. Erica Keeps
Mobile video usage has increased by nearly 10 million daily viewing minutes in the last two years.* Film has become the most engaging medium in today’s digital world. It is an ideal tool to showcase your project or development. ThinkLab uses both animation and film creatively directed to produce compelling material that will leave your client wanting more! You never get a second chance to make a first impression. Make it count.
*Data taken from Kleiner Perkins internet trends report 2018
360° images are the ideal tool for understanding a space.
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