From cave paintings to YouTube, visual storytelling is a pervasive and powerful way to share ideas, educate, and communicate. Today, we have limitless array of available media. And we can share our stories instantaneously. The reach of visual storytelling has never been more promising.
Modern video conferencing is a streamlined solution for helping people feel like they’re in the same room, but does it really move the needle as far as problem solving or idea sharing? One way to alleviate some of the more common pitfalls of the video conference call is to employ a virtual whiteboard.
There are three techniques you can keep in mind when writing a script for an explainer video. Keeping these techniques in mind will give you a basic framework to build off of and hopefully help to elevate your writing as a whole.
You Must Remember This Better retention of information and ideas isn’t just a must for an educated workforce, it ensures higher productivity and fortifies a company’s bottom line. In order to inspire action or change, your message needs to be remembered and retold. According to a recent study by Instructure, an organization with 1,000 employees
Attention is the new currency. But have attention spans really gotten to to goldfish level? Is that a problem? We dive into the science behind attention.
Infographics are an appealing and affordable way to approach visual storytelling. The best infographics communicate quickly, clearly, and visually, and can be a highly powerful way to appeal to visual learners.
Scribology is Science + Art Creating great content doesn’t only mean great art. When TruScribe started creating whiteboard animation videos in 2011 we knew we wanted to create more than just fun videos. We looked to science to figure out what would make our videos stick. We know that our clients need their videos to
Storytelling for video marketing doesn’t have to be boring. We have learned that most stories fit into a basic plot line. Using these basic plots as starting points for your script can help create exciting, shareable content that connects with your audience. Published in 2004, Christopher Booker’s “The Seven Basic Plots: Why We Tell Stories” reportedly
Communication doesn’t always come naturally. We’ve all been there – in that meeting where everyone is supposedly talking about the same topic, but consensus is difficult to find. Or at that event where the speaker talks for half an hour or more but somehow the main point leaves our brain the minute the speaker steps