Filed under: Animation Projects, Commetric, Filming Tips, NC | Tags: Animation Projects, Chris Shaw, Commetric, corporate video, Help, pitch, Pitching, presentation
We got a call from Commetric asking for our help again. They were pitching to a client and wanted to show all the people from their offices across Europe, America and the Middle East, So we came up with a plan where each office got hold of a Flip camera, or similar. We gave them some spec tips, so knew which ones to buy. We then sent them a simple “how to film yourself” document, so they used basic lighting techniques to get a decent picture filming it themselves.
We took this short profile videos, and put them together in an animation showing where in the world they were based. We then made two title sequences, one specific to the client they were hoping to win, one generic one that they could use at any pitch. So they got a highly bespoke piece, a flexible video and great ROI.
Filed under: Commetric | Tags: Chris Shaw, Commetric, NapoleonCreative, over, voice
Here’s the clip we worked on for Commetric, creating an atmospheric voice over for a presentation they’d made.
Filed under: Commetric, Testimonials | Tags: Commetric, Corporate, east, London, NapoleonCreative, testimonial, Video, voice over
We’ve just completed a piece for Commetric, who do some really interesting work connecting communications with business activities. We produced a voice over with music for a powerpoint presentation.
As it was our first job we did for them, we asked for a little feedback. Here’s what Chris Shaw, CEO of Commetric, wrote:
“As someone who has never done any form of production – where to start/what to do/what is involved were a complete fog. So we looked for speed and understanding; prepared to listen to the brief and develop it. No technical jargon.
You gave good customer service – accessible – provided advice and a series of options; you seemed to get what we wanted extremely quickly and delivered a great result.”
Great to hear that kind of feedback! I think the reason we do is because we listen to our clients, ask a whole load of questions to make sure we understand what they’re after before starting work. Of course, there are times when we make suggestions in a different direction, but the most important thing to do is listen to what the client has in their mind at the start.