iPads are poised to be one of the most effective computers to relate graphical information. As tablet computers become a more prevalent and powerful personal computer. It is imperative that graphics migrate towards this platform. This is just another step in the continuing evolution of technology you can already see underway in considering how computers have evolved from desktop to laptop computers as presentation platforms. There is a shared desire within people to trust the most modern forms of technology; whether that be the printing press, television, or the Internet. In creating an impact for any client, a jury, or even for mediation, the necessity of graphical representation becomes increasingly clear in relating a case. Click the link on the right to download an iPad presentation.
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The following is an excerpt from an article from the Oklahoma Bar Journal titled "The iPad: How David Bests Goliath" by Janet Kyle Altman:
"If it seems like jurors are less focused on your case than they used to be, it's not your imagination. Technology (first the Internet, now smartphones and tweets) has changed the way messages are delivered and absorbed. Your spellbinding oral argument about the breach of contract that damaged your client's widget distribution empire just doesn't deliver the volume of stimulation our brains have come to expect. Presenting evidence electronically has become virtually essential."