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Who is Behind Your Video?

Are you ever curious as to who is responsible for creating your Whiteboard Animation? In this post, all of the roles are going to be broken down so you have the ability to gain a better understanding of all of the key players at White Animation. All our videos are created in-house with the assistance of all team members. The team consists of a director, scriptwriter, illustrator, voice-over artist, animator and sound designer. Each role
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Creating a unique Whiteboard Animation is not a simple process, a little thought is required before getting started. Here are a few do’s and don’ts that will help you get your video in motion.  1. Focus on one strong, specific message – Even if you offer a variety of services or a large amount of information, choose one topic to discuss in your video. When it comes to Whiteboard Animation we highly recommended focusing on
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Here at White Animation, we split up the process of making a Whiteboard Animation into six different steps. Having these six steps allows us and our customers to break down the video, to make sure they are receiving exactly what they want. Our customers are involved in every step of the process so they know they are getting the best video that will achieve their marketing goals. The six steps that make up the process
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Let’s start from the beginning, what exactly is an explainer video? Typically, they are short animated videos that are used to explain your business’s product or service. Explainer videos take your ideas and simplify them into engaging and understandable concepts. Your explainer video should make your audience understand why they need your service or product in their lives. This comes down to the length of your video and if it grabs the attention of your
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The process of making a Whiteboard video may seem simple, but in fact, it is a complex task that requires a lot of thought. If you have never made a Whiteboard Animation video or you’re contemplating making another one, think about these following questions before taking the next step. 1.Who is your target audience? You need to think about who you are going to target and how you will categorize them. For example, will you