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Lean + Agile = Video success!

  Lean+Agile is the answer for a successful video strategy. For agile to work, you need to understand the dynamics associated with agile, understand how those dynamics will or won’t work in your business, and the wasteful and bad practices that your existing structure embraces. Going through the motions won’t bring the advantages of agile to a business, and may just embed bad practice in a new structure. So how do you ensure that when you go agile,  you get rid of your bad legacy practices? Agile isn’t good enough on its own. You also need to adopt lean production methods, to root…

Top ten considerations for using a drone in your video.

What do you need to consider before using a drone for a video production?   Drones are great, adding real production value to a video, and everyone likes that! Check out our latest aerial  showreel!   But there is quite a bit that needs to be considered before a drone can be used in a video production.   1) I won’t bang on about this, as it smacks of self justification, but if you’re a business, you must use a CAA licensed operator. If you’re an agency sourcing aerial footage from your client be aware! UK broadcasters are now checking that footage they…

Motion Graphics Artist Vacancy!

We are looking for a mid-weight Motion Graphics Artist to join our team in Nottingham. You will probably have circa 1-3 years agency experience and may be a recent graduate. Entirely familiar and proficient working across the Adobe suite, including Premiere, After Effects, Illustrator, Animator and Photoshop, you will also be comfortable in either a Mac or PC environment. You will bring new ideas and enthusiasm, have a sharp eye for detail and will be keen to bring a creative twist to every project you are involved in. Creativity and skill will be your calling cards, enabling your ability to…

Flip the classroom with training videos

Flipping the classroom with video  brings the lecture home, and the homework into class. Training Videos are revolutionising teaching by delivering lessons to students at their convenience,  allowing educators to use the classroom to reinforce learning with practical lessons and tuition, a learning method called “Flipping the Classroom”. This “Flipped Classroom” model of teaching allows trainers to deliver more meaningful and in depth content than would be possible using traditional teaching methods. Video content is at the heart of the flipped classroom. This can take many forms, from a simple video of a lecture, to a full green screen production video, depending on…