There are plenty of creative approaches to your animated video's characters, but what’s most important is that you choose what works best for your brand and your message. Here are four basic character design classes along with what we believe to be their pros and cons.
When it comes to creating a video, it can help propel your startup to the next level. But it can also cost a pretty penny, so you want to make sure it has some staying power. Here are eight things to avoid with your startup video, in order to get the best return on your investment.
While we still believe the basic mantra of "the shorter the better", we also believe there is no “ideal length” for a video. Because as with most things, it depends. In order to help you determine the perfect length for your video, we’ve simplified the formula into 4 C’s.
Most of us have heard of the production steps like: scripting, filming, and storyboards, but the specifics of what happens at each of those stages remains a mystery. Well, let’s take a deeper look at each of the six production steps that you’ll experience when you post a project with Video Brewery.
When you're getting started on creating a video it's important to approach it the right way. These four topics can be seen entirely different depending on whether you view your video project as a commodity or an investment.
If you own a small business or are in business for yourself, there’s a lot of compelling evidence suggesting that online video marketing should be a major focus of your advertising and marketing budget. Here are 9 Big Video Marketing Statistics to prove how
Here at Video Brewery, there are lots of great creatives. Every so often we like to have folks get to know them a bit better, and today we’re talking to Stew Redwine as part of our Creative Spotlight series.
There are so many great startup videos being made these days. We put together a list of some of the great ones that have elements that remind us of some famous big-name directors.