Amanda is a Marketing Manager at GoAnimate and joined the team in 2014.
Color Changing Office Props
For our customers making countless variations of “soft skills in the workplace” videos, we have good news. We know you’re looking to add variety to your videos, and we feel the same way. So that’s why we’ve made office props color-changeable, bringing more flexibility and brand control to your office-related content.
by Amanda Morgan
WEBINAR: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2016 | 1:00 PM ET | 10:00 AM PT
We’re teaming up with Wistia for a webinar all about generating (and ultimately converting) leads with animated video.
And you’re invited!
Attend to learn why animated video performs better in certain contexts, how to implement animated video into your content strategy, and tips for generating leads with animated video.
Register now to attend this live session. Can’t make it? No worries! Sign up now and we’ll send you the recording afterwards.
We often receive questions about writing text in languages other than English, and today we have some good news. We’ve expanded our international font support, making video production in (almost) any language easy to do in GoAnimate!
They may live in a video-maker, but now they look just like us! The GoAnimate characters have been getting mini-makeovers over the past few months, and now they’re ready for their big reveal.
Today is Super Tuesday, and as this crazy race for the White House continues, we want to empower you to take control of the narrative.
Think back to your first days at your current job. Was it easy to meet new team members? Or were you feeling awkward in the lunch room surrounded by dozens of new faces?
Happy holidays! The season is in full swing and 2016 is almost here.
This week, we’ve added new animated video and GIF templates to help you celebrate the season at the office and at home. New template scenes have been added to your video maker tray under “Holidays,” but you can edit almost any template to represent the holiday season. The new templates depict family dinners, parties, holiday sales, singing carols, opening presents, celebrating with co-workers and family, winter fun, and lighting candles.
Thanksgiving is upon us. So begins the time of year to reflect on what we’re thankful for, spend quality time with our loved ones, and then ditch them at midnight to shove strangers hoping to save 30% on a TV.
There are several elements that combine together to make a great video: a good story, a well-written script, quality (voice) acting, and sound effects…to name a few.
Facial expressions are superimportant. If a human actor in a live action video or a movie looks bored while talking about something exciting — well that’s just bad acting. It causes a disconnect between the video and the viewer. Animated character emotion is just as important if you want your audience to connect and engage with your video.