This is a video for a networking group I belong to in North Vancouver called North Shore Business Network. I made this video because I felt bad that I couldn’t go in to set up the projector and slides, especially since I was the backup as the normal tech guy, Nick, was away on holiday.
Anyway, this video is a demonstration of how whiteboard animation videos are a great way to explain things in an engaging way.
I’ll be the first to admit that the drawings aren’t that great…
But it’s not about the art, it’s about the message or idea. I heard that from Doug Neill, the guy with the YouTube Channel about Sketchnoting.
How the video was made
Plan out idea/story… What problem was I trying to solve?
Sketch out rough draft on paper with visuals I need… What was the story/progression?
Draw all the visual elements following my rough draft… How do I represent things visually?
Import visuals into whiteboard software
Record and edit voiceover
Edit the length of the visuals to match the voiceover
Hope this helps with the tech set up and let me know if you would like your own custom whiteboard animation video.