We take pride in designing video solutions that are cost-effective and make the most of any budget, high or low end. In this article I outline some of the more common risk points in a video production and show the flip side – how involving a production company at an early stage can add value.
Drama scenarios are a relatively common feature in learning and development, but poorly executed role-plays with amateur actors has given drama in learning a bad name. When done well, drama video can be one of the most effective ways to emotionally engage learners and impact their future behaviour. On 4th June 2020 we hosted a … Read more
Studio filming is a consistent necessity for us as a video production company. Studios are great because of the level of control they afford over light and sound – meaning that it’s easier to ensure an efficient shoot and a quality result. There are loads of ways a studio can be used for filming. For … Read more
“It’s not the medium, it’s what you do with it.”
That’s what L&D experts have been saying in social media lately, and I 100% agree. A haiku can be just as immersive as VR, depending upon the audience, and how good the poem is.
But all media have intrinsic strengths and we’ve been researching the evidence for the strengths of the various forms of video when deployed in a learning context.
People can’t absorb information effortlessly, it takes hard work and application. It is said. But drama allows you to “effortlessly” walk through a learning dialectic as you look through the eyes of characters in a conflict. Drama can be visual, but more importantly it’s emotional. Danish educational theorist Knud Illeris says genuine learning involves a subjective … Read more