28 Sep Healthcare / Hospital Training Series – 7 videos
Clapstickmedia was commissioned to design a series of 7 full fledged animated videos as apart of a training course module targeted towards leading Healthcare service providers and regular Hospitals, by one of the leading Australian Healthcare training and service provider.
The designing of these type of video, requires a great deal of craftsmanship and knowledge of viewer engagement. The client required a very specific style Explainer videos, each of which concentrated on particular points of their training course. The videos required to put forward complex scenes of phone dialogue and etiquette, showcasing of official hospital procedures, healthcare paper work, training modules, loads of animated characters for patients, receptionists, visitors, doctors, hospital staffs, back office and what not! But it doesn’t end there..the videos needs a specific over all format to remind trainees of the points covered, revert to points of the previous videos and deliver the global concept of the course in a highly delivering style keeping everything in line with the company branding.
Designed purely using motion graphics, having highly dynamic animations and loads of characters, the videos look life like and is easy to co-relate with by anyone from the healthcare service fraternity.
Other Videos of this series
Script writing, story boarding, character design, illustration, custom designing of environments, voice over and then a great deal of detailed motion graphics animation, all these come together to form an animated explainer training video, which conveys critical information in an engaging & graphical manner.
Clapstick Media provides specialized end to end professional services in Explainer / Training Videos, Animation, Motion graphics, 3D animation, Modelling, VFX and Specialized Broadcast Graphics.
Clapstickmedia was commissioned to design a series of 7 full fledged animated videos as apart of a training course module targeted towards leading Healthcare service providers and regular Hospitals in Australia