I love working closely with all my clients to achieve the desired outcomes of every project and I can promise you
delivering Interactive Video will result in higher engagement and improved brand perception.
The process is fun too.
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There are several moving parts to an interactive video and
what's involved depends on your business goals.
With a wide range of options available there's something to suit all budgets.
Interactive videos can be custom filmed and produced, they can be built from
assets or produced from high quality stock footage.
Additional libraries such as jQuery are often used.
A light code footprint makes it easy to refactor for different environments
I can organize a professional camera crew and equipment to film your interactive video
if you have a phone with a decent camera you can film the video yourself.
This can shave 30% off the production cost.
From here on picture your camera as the eyes of the customer. Full page landscape.
Step 1 - Hello Scene
Film from your favorite customers point of view (pov) as they enter, conduct business and leave.
Like they were
doing it in person. This will make everyone watching feel like your favorite customer.
Film someone opening the front door welcoming
the customer who then walks in and is greeted at reception/counter/pos.
Introducing the real-world, real-time element we transition the viewer away from
a website and into a real-time experience.
Step 2 - Business Options Scenes
Modify this example to suit your business.
YOU "Thanks for visiting, I can help you with..."
recite the list of options available to the customer.
Pause at the end then cut.
The options mentioned will appear over the top where the customer makes a selection.
You can even point to where you want them to appear on the screen. Making a selection
will load a new video.
Now film a dialog that greets and guides them through each selection.
Here are some more things to consider.
Step 3 - Goodbye Scene
Film the customer leaving after a successful transaction.
Wave goodbye to them. Inject your personality so customers smile.
Filming this after you film the opening will keep continuity. (time of day, scene props unmoved, etc)
What's the best approach for your business? Let me take a look and offer some suggestions.
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We are filming the various touchpoints that occur in your business that relate to the customers journey.
After the greeting at the door what can they do? If you were a hairdresser they could book an appointment,
buy some product, view a pricelist. For the customer it's about a familiar face, place and service. One they recommend to their friends.
Film the responses you normally give in the course of a day to a customer. Anticipate what they may ask or
need and capture your response on film. It isn't the moving pictures or even the interactivity that will generate sales.
It's you, a real person they can relate to that will remain top of mind. Camerashy? Find a
colleague or even an actor to play the role. It's the people that make Interactive Video a winner.
To take a deeper dive I'd also recommend ordering a Business Blueprint by clicking the button below. That will give
me a chance to get to know your business and what could work best for you. Feel free to include information
about coming events, goals, delivery timeframe, budget and anything else you think relavent.