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We have produced dozens of animation videos for our clients, each has its own challenges, so we thought we would share some tips to help you avoid some pitfalls.
Imagine a company induction where your employees come face to face with your CEO and are taken on a personal tour of business locations and customers around the world.
Now imagine taking your employees on a virtual tour of a new facility you are building or demonstrating a product that doesn’t exist yet or immersing them in a brand experience they will never forget.
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With broadband becoming increasingly high-speed across Britain, streaming video for business communications, especially annual reporting and accounts – full year or interim – is steadily becoming more common.
80% of tablet users in the UK have watched TV while using their device (Nielsen). Many of us multitask on our tablet or smartphone, so how could this dual-screen (double vision) interaction start seeping into the workplace over the next few years?
4G (or 4G LTE) is coming sooner than expected from Everything Everywhere the UK. So the question for your business is… how are you preparing to engage your employees with mobile content, streaming video and animation, richer content, apps, mobile extranets, responsive websites, cloud access and helping your remote and mobile workers keep connected and more productive?
What will 4G mobile mean to marketing and employee engagement in the UK?
It’s important to consider your organisation’s video and mobile strategy before 4G devices are released and your clients and employees demand a richer, more engaging online experience. This is especially true of the often-ignored employees. We live in a rich digital era where we consume on-demand video, TV and movies on a daily basis. It’s a powerful communication tool that is being used more widely as technology moves forward. In the future fridge doors in supermarkets will play videos that advertise to us, our car will stream digital information to our house, and people will watch videos playing in printed literature.