“Humans have a limited capacity for consuming new information. Animation, if done correctly, maximizes this capacity by delivering information kinaesthetically, visually and auditorily.”
Some concepts are abstract and difficult to understand. Animation can be used to simplify complex scenarios, demonstrate dangerous situations, and illustrate sensitive subjects.
See our animation work
First National Bank asked us to create a video for the launch of their Commercial Property Finance Academy. The brief was that it should look like a board game. The delegates loved the video so much that we have been asked to create an actual board game based on the same principles.
So why should you animate sections of your content?
You can help to keep your participants engaged and interested in the material you’re presenting.
When participants watch an animation, it helps to visualise the concepts they are learning about. It helps them to recall what they have learned long after their training is complete.
It makes your eLearning more human.
When your employees have a character to identify with, they’re more likely to trust the information.
It improves your employees’ attitudes toward training
When your employees know their training is fun and engaging, they will be more willing and ready to learn new concepts.