Video Production

Engaging with Video

The phenomenal growth of online video learning is a widely accepted eLearning trend, and it’s gaining momentum. It is hugely popular worldwide. The choice of video for training is used more when it’s also integrated within eLearning courses. Businesses are re-purposing and transferring their video content to online as the most engaging way to hold learners’ attention.

Interactive video benefits from some drama or actor support, is great for behaviour observation and brings to life experiences that are real and remembered, which promotes deeper learning. Trainers and facilitators are increasingly using video modules as they are extremely effective to complement and enhance traditional face to face training methods.

Our background is producing videos for training and eLearning. We embraced video for eLearning many years ago, while others in the Learning and Development sector questioned its use, relating to the technology, pedagogy and the apparent costs involved. We set aside these issues with cost-effective award-winning results.

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NHS Leadership Academy

The nine-month programme incorporates a blended learning style with mandatory and comprehensive online learning, (incorporating a mix of interactive video and motion graphics) face to face workshops and small group work. We worked with six actors/presenters to produce over 40 modules plus interviews and patient stories from around the country.

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Interface / Clerkenwell

The team worked in collaboration with Tangerine to produce a series of promotional videos for Interface, an innovative carpet tile company, with the aim to have a positive impact on people’s lives, their spaces and the environment. The event was held in London, at the annual Clerkenwell Design Week, where Interface exhibited their latest innovative products.
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MENTE

This promo video was aimed at businesses to convey a clear message on how MENTE is supporting businesses on the management of mental health.

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LBQ

Learning by Questions is an educational app that aids both the child and the teacher. It sets a series of questions for the children on a wide variety of subjects and allows the teacher – in real time – to see who is struggling and to see which questions they are struggling with. The team produced the promotional video for Learning By questions, which highlights the benefits of using their product. It was filmed in a staged classroom environment at Masefield Primary School, using green screen and motion tracking in the post production. Further projects are being considered.
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Innovation Agency

Interviews for Connected Health Cities (CHC). CHC unites local health data and advanced technology to improve health services for patients across the North of England. By making better use of the information and technology that already exists in our health and social care system they are improving health and ensuring services are more joined-up.

  • Animation

NHS Leadership Academy

The nine-month programme incorporates a blended learning style with mandatory and comprehensive online learning, (incorporating a mix of interactive video and motion graphics) face to face workshops and small group work. 

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