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The world of education and training has seen its share of innovation recently. After hundreds of years of in-person stand-up training, educators have new options. Products like GoToTraining now allow teachers to host classes online. While a number of teachers have made the jump to online training, there are many who have valid concerns about the impact on the training experience. This custom video is designed to introduce GoToTraining and outline some of the features that make online... Continue Reading
As you may know, we worked with Dropbox on the video that appears on the Dropbox.com front page (when not logged in). Like most in the video business, we’re always looking for data or other evidence that a video has a positive impact. From time-to-time I check with Dropbox about the video and how it’s impacting their business. Recently, I received an email from Albert Ni at DropBox that provides a look at the role the video plays and how it’s performing. I’ve copied his points here: -... Continue Reading
If you’re like most people of my generation, you grew up with LEGO bricks. The little snap-together blocks became anything you could imagine. That’s because, as we learned recently, LEGO isn’t just a toy, it’s a medium, a platform, a language. It occupies a special place in the world. Recently we had the opportunity to learn a lot about the company through working with them on an internal-only video project with the goal of explaining to LEGO employees how the company will innovate in the... Continue Reading
While licensing our videos is still the focus of our business, we have taken on a few custom projects this summer. The first to be published is a video we were hired to produce called "SharePoint in Plain English," about Microsoft's enterprise collaboration tool. The focus of the video is to introduce Sharepoint and illustrate the old way (project info exists on multiple computers) vs. new way (project info lives in SharePoint). Updated: Microsoft has made this video available for download so... Continue Reading
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