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Friday, January 29, 2016

Whiteboard Animation Video? Get It Cheap Here

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Looking for a cheap, but engaging whiteboard animation video? I will do it for you. It's a good quality one and originally hand drawn, no clip arts or stock images.

I have been doing this for around 4 years but mostly I win projects in Indonesia. Anybody who want something different from what you usually see on YouTube, you can try to compare it to my work. See the example here.


For those who haven't known the benefit of having this kind of attractive presentation, please be there in the classroom. Research has repeatedly demonstrated that students learn better when they are fully engaged and that multisensory, hands-on learning is the best way to engage them. Interactive whiteboards facilitate multi sensory learning whether it is a collaboration exercise for math problem solving or a Google Earth tour of the Amazon rain forest.

This kinds of animation was initially not cheap. You had to spend more than $ 1000 for a few-second video and that's done traditionally. Now there are some softwares which enable anybody--even those who are not good at drawing--create an engaging presentation.

Another sample, look at this Tom Jones Without Love There is Nothing.



Well, I fell in love with RSA Animate style. and both these whiteboard animation samples are inspired by it. As you know, there are quite a few ways to make videos. The most common formats are: Webcam videos, where someone simply speaks into the camera. Videos shot with cameras or phones. Slideshow videos made with a program such as PowerPoint. Slideshow videos made using a service such as Animoto. The cost vary, from a cheap to the expensive ones. I might not say this two or three years ago, I guess.

Whiteboard animations surely function as a sales tool and it’s getting cheaper. One of the most effective uses of them is as a vehicle for sales message delivery. In fact, giving sales pitches via video offers a number of different advantages compared to standard, “stand and deliver” style Power Point presentations. On the one hand, the doodle art can go where salespeople sometimes can’t. Because these videos can be distributed digitally, they can be deployed on the web or via email in situations where an in-person meeting isn’t possible or practical. In this way, they can help increase sales where traditional presentation methods would have failed.

Okay, now just write your text. This is one for the example: The Reece School, which serves students in kindergarten through eighth grade, is one of the oldest non-profit special education schools in New York City. The school was founded in 1948 by Ellen S. Reece and housed for nearly 60 years in the home she owned on East 93rd Street in New York City.

In 2006, after decades of continual growth, the Reece School moved from its original home into a modern, high-tech new building located at 25 East 104th Street, next to the famous Museum Mile and Central Park.

Reece has a highly academic special education program for psychologically fragile students who may have learning disabilities, emotional dysregulation or speech and language impairments. In addition to the academic curriculum, the Reece School stresses the development of social skills to help children function successfully.

When you’re done with it, you can have a cheap, but engaging whiteboard animation video here. Thanks.

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