As corporate network speeds and bandwidth increase so video is experiencing a well-deserved renaissance. As individuals we connect emotionally to video in a way that is difficult to achieve by other means. Well-produced video can be a great way to learn and can have a huge impact.

To help you get the most from video we offer a full-range video service – quite literally anything from one-man-and-a-cam web video to a feature film. What we excel at is mixing video with other learning technologies.

So, how might you use video?

  • Event capture - We can film and edit your event or workshop, making the learning material available to a much wider audience and removing the need for travel.
  • Video based courses – We can build simple 'blends' of learning material based around videos shot of your trainers presenting key learning points.
  • Product demos – Demonstrate a new product or facility with video incorporating motion graphics and / or interactivity.
  • Internal communications – Get a critical message out to your whole organisation and ensure they take notice.
  • Viral videos – Release videos into the wild that people will want to share, spreading your message organically.
  • Marketing videos – Material designed to be customer facing which could talk about your products and services, culture and ethos.
  • Video scenarios – Decision-based scenarios where the user makes choices and follow different paths, seeing the implications of their decisions in the real world.

We're sure you have many more ideas of how you could use video.


Contact us to see what we can do for you.

Fri 6 Feb 2015

We are delighted to have won Gold at the Learning Awards in London last night in the Social and Collaborative Learning category for a project that we undertook with BP. The same project also netted us Bronze in the External Learning Solution of the Year category. The awards were presented by Claudia Winkleman. It was a true team effort, congratulations to all involved.

Tue 27 Jan 2015

Meet Rob Hubbard at Learning Technologies 2015
Rob will be chairing two sessions at the Learning Technologies Conference at Olympia, London this week. Catch him on Wednesday 28th January at 11.10 for 'Creativity and Learning' with Tony Buzen, the creator of mind-mapping and again at 11.10 on Thursday 29th January discussing 'Learning Tools' with David Wood, founder of Jam Pan and Julian Stodd from Seasalt Learning. He'll also be running a Google Hangout at 13.50 on Thursday with Patti Shank and Cathy Moore.

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