How to Make Your First Animated Explainer Video: Tips from DeerPro
For many companies, there’s nothing more nerve-wracking than making your first explainer video. It’s a big investment and you probably have a lot of questions. Should the video be live-action or animation? Do you want a short informative video or can it be more narrative with characters, branding, and a memorable story arc? Which video style should you use (motion graphics, whiteboard animation, etc)? What do you do once you actually make the video? There’s a lot to consider. To help you answer a few of these questions, we talked with one of our most recent clients, Sean McNamara, at DeerPro, about making and launching their first animated explainer video.
Explain it Like I’m a Kid: Santa Monica Explainer Video
Everyone knows that whiteboard animation and explainer videos are great for explaining complicated topics. It’s in the name. Animated TED Talks, RSA-style animation, and tech startup videos showing off the newest features of flashy apps are the norm. But a great explainer video doesn’t have to look like it just stepped out of a corporate synergy business meeting. In fact, some of the best explainer videos look like they were made by a kid.
Animated Video that Inspires: The Friday Animation Roundup
Animated video is powerful. From a 2-minute short story that makes you want to run outside and live your best life, to the “ah-ha” moments of professional animators still learning something new everyday. Animation is a never-ending wheel of innovation, history, and reinvention that keeps churning out online video that people just want to watch.
Making Your First Animated Explainer Video: National Quality Forum
For many project managers, there’s nothing more nerve-wracking than producing your first explainer video. You have to decide on a style, a message, a script, and about a thousand other things. To help you prepare for your first explainer video, we talked with producer, SaraJane Askildsen, and a recent client about the production process for NQF’s first animated explainer video.