What a fruitful explainer could be without having a well-established scenario or script. Most artists forget about creating one. The script behind every explainer should answer the main questions like what is the problem of your customers, and what exactly your product or service is solving? How and directly as possible your service or product could solve your customer' problem and frustration? And lastly, why your customers should choose you instead of competition?
Storyboarding is a crucial process within every explainer video. It helps you to share your vision with the production team. Every movement, every camera angles, or scene concept is defined within the storyboarding phase. When you storyboard a video, you’re setting up a plan for production, including all the shots you’ll need, the order that they’ll be laid out, and how the visuals will interact with the script.
Explainer videos are a great way to engage potential customers and familiarize them with your business. The hard part is to get them right. It's essential to develop a video that resonates with your audience. Sometimes a quick, easy, explanation is just what someone needs to help understand how your product solves a problem. The animation, along with a professional voiceover - this makes an explainer video resonate to your target audience and convey the right message. Here's what you'd love to cover when developing your next explainer video:
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