Google Engage: Explainer Video (2)

We had our Google Engage crit, which I found to be very useful. I know that I still have to improve and make some changes on the screens, but it was also really helpful to hear feedback for the explainer video. I guess it felt really sad, and although I liked the message it gave, an improvement would be to end on a happier note. I think it was mainly the music that made the whole feel of the video, so that’s something I need to change, or at least the ending of the video.

After taking in the feedback and adding the changes I liked this outcome a lot more. I still kept a lot of the shots and basically the main part of the video, but it was the ending that was the most important, because that is the last thing the audience sees. I also changed a few of the texts and tried to change it so it would be feel more jolly and not so down.

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Here’s a link to the changed version:



Google Engage: Explainer Video

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For Google Engage we also had to make an explainer video. This would basically explain our project, our social change and what we are going to do about it.

I wanted my video to make people aware of the generation barrier, and although after deciding upon my social change, I said that I didn’t want to make the project sad, the video seemed to turn out that way. However I quite liked it, since I felt like it was something that would make people stop and think.

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The video went through a person’s day, but showed the difference between a “younger person” and an “older person”.

Here’s a link to my video: