Improve Learning Results with ELEARNING VIDEOS AND ELEARNING ANIMATION
Nothing motivates learners as much as a fun learning user experience. Break away from clickthrough powerpoints and connect with your learners through engaging elearning animation.
The Benefits of ELEARNING VIDEOS
Content is king when it comes to eLearning. As a trainer, you have the awesome chance to share your expertise with learners.
And you’re really, really good at what you do.
But there’s a problem.
No matter how great your eLearning content, it’s not enough. Learners care about both course content and production value.
That’s why you must include high quality eLearning animation in your course.
March, Improve Course VALUE
Improve Course VALUE
Learning and development is a key part of any ambitious company’s strategy. However, you have to compete for attention against youtube and facebook and the standards for engaging content have changed!
Studies show that learners find more value in courses that include video, instead of those with just text. In fact, custom animation for a course significantly increases a learner’s perceived value of your course.
Translation: you can give learners a better experience and charge more per sale with eLearning videos.
Focus on growing your business instead of trying to make ends meet.
March, Explain Complex CONTENT
Explain Complex CONTENT
You know the saying, “A picture’s worth a thousand words”?
Skip the walls of text and flat pictures. A high quality eLearning video makes learning a breeze, even when you’re teaching complex ideas.
Whether you cater to engineers or doctors, an eLearning video quickly explains concepts that take much longer to explain otherwise.
March, Retain learner ATTENTION
Retain learner ATTENTION
Online learning is a revolution. It means that people can learn from literally anywhere, thanks to connectivity and their smart devices.
However, there’s a real downside to this “learn from anywhere” system.
It means your learners’ attention is split. Maybe they’re a busy stay-at-home parent, or maybe they’re trying to juggle online learning with their full-time job.
Whatever the case, learner attention is a real problem. Low completion rates detract from your credibility as a trainer.
Fortunately, there’s an easy answer to the attention problem. Videos are proven to maintain learner attention far better than simple text or audio.
eLearning video gives your learners the engagement of real world learning with the flexibility they crave.
Hear from our HAPPY CUSTOMERS
Whether you want 2D animation or engaging 3D video, Ninja Tropic has the chops to deliver a stunning video for your learners.
If you’ve never hired an eLearning video production company, never fear! Working with Ninja Tropic is as easy as relaxing on the beach.
Get an overview of our process to see what you can expect.
Let’s chat! We’ll hop on a call to talk about your course. We’ll go over your goals, style, tone, and course content.
We move on to scripting. We use your content to create a detailed script. This includes not only your course content, but also notes for the animation and audio.
The Ninja Tropic team will storyboard a high level concept for your video. Think of a storyboard as an outline for the piece. This helps you envision the direction for the video, both for the visuals and content.
Now the fun begins! Our Ninjas get to work on your eLearning video. The process is the similar for 2D and 3D videos, although different software is used for each.
AUDIO & VOICE OVERS
Once the video animation is ready to go, it’s time to add audio. We can add voice overs to your eLearning video or background music.
Our experienced sound technicians will adjust the audio to best fit your needs for tone and style
It’s showtime! We will send the video to you for review. Our streamlined feedback process ensures you get the right videos for your course with zero fuss.
NOT SURE IF NINJA TROPIC IS RIGHT FOR YOUR PROJECT? NO PROBLEM
Get a taste of our quality work with a free sample. We can match any style.
Free samples are delivered as early as two weeks after
storyboard or script approval.