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A local church ministry wanted help putting together a simple motion graphic of one of their gospel presentations. This is the result.
For this website project, we leveraged a standard, responsive, and accessible WordPress template with many nice features we had developed. We were able to knock out many different sites using this same theme.
Reclaim Your Rhythm is a recent website for one of our favorite clients. The organization is holding a special voting event on Instagram for Black History Month. The client needed a way to track a fan-favorite event running for the month of February 2022.
While Left Brain Media has been creating captivating media solutions for two decades, we produced an eLearning demo reel you can watch in just two minutes. Let us power your next project.
This is one of the many dozens of websites we have created for this client over the last 16 years. The first page has a counter that estimates the number of patients with AFib in the United States based on published studies.
This anti-tobacco site for a large heath organization shows the current laws around the country related to tobacco product distribution.
With this quick project, the client needed a motion graphic to display in an exhibit booth. They gave us a rough, text-only script and a five-day turnaround time. We edited the script, sourced music, mocked up a full storyboard, got approval, and then created the motion graphic.
To ensure a company’s thousands of leaders adopted communication skills taught at a leadership development conference, reinforcing the message for weeks to come would be critical. The solution was a series of microlearning games that leverage the leaders’ spirit of competition.
This current project is for a CEO Roundtable on health in the workplace. The WordPress template is modified to match their other web properties.
We created this short motion graphic video to introduce our client’s new eCard program.
For this project, our client provided some raw data about health risks to Hispanic communities. We brainstormed with them and then created these infographics for their website to showcase during Hispanic Heritage Month.
Take a look at this quick example of a responsive eLearning game we developed in HTML5 with Tumult Hype, which works on mobile, tablet, and desktop devices.
One of our retail chain clients wanted to help its employees gain the knowledge needed to make healthy life choices. The client had a ton of content to cover, but the employees often just had short periods of time to learn the material because of competing demands. It was a great opportunity to leverage gamification.
This video is an overview of an eLearning series we created for one of our favorite clients. Designed for both mobile and desktop platforms, these courses feature many hours of custom video interviews and animations.
The words, “We will fix it in post!” are never what you want to hear when shooting video. However, there are many times when post-production can make all the difference. Here are a few samples of what our talented video editors can do.
We captured a live event and used it to create a promotional video for similar events in the future.
We created these HTML 5-based eLearning activities for a target audience on desktop computers. While they work fine on an iPad, these do not scale down for mobile use. These activities were part of a larger training module.
This promotional video is for the one of our favorite clients, and also the winner of 5 Telly Awards. This video is a good sample of quality created on a relatively limited budget. It used some volunteer actors and required access to facilities and equipment to make things realistic.
Working with one of our favorite clients, we produced these seven videos in a couple of weeks to help them with an initiative.