This project was ALOT of fun. Rarely do we get to do storyboards, but we really wanted the client to buy off on this concept so working with our Video Team we crafted a fun, and positive video that reminds people of what really matters, goats. This project was ALOT of fun. Rarely do we get to do storyboards, but we really wanted the client to buy off on this concept so working with our Video Team we crafted a fun, and positive video that reminds people of what really matters, goats.
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My role for this project was mostly development. Matt Spangler, worked on the main concept, look, and feel of the site.
One of the challenges working at a large NGO is getting everyone on the same page. Sponsorship is one of World Vision’s main products. We needed to create a online training course for our employees and volunteers so that Sponsorship communication is consistent.
We needed to have the course on our LMS system and we opted to use Adobe Captivate to build the project since I was comfortable in the Flash environment. Captivate is a great product when you want to stay within the templates and tools they give you but it can be a bit of a struggle when you try to do things Captivate wasn’t built to do. A couple of the things I struggled with was having a custom certificate with dynamic fields, and custom background image incorporated into LMS system. The last part is really more of a learning curve when working with LMS systems.
The course was designed to be completed in 30 minutes and is linear. The navigation is play, pause, and back one slide. The training has a voice over narration guiding the user through the presentation.
This website outlines brand standards for World Vision U.S. and has been created to help ensure that our brand is recognizable in both tone and visuals in all external communications.
Everyone who creates marketing and communications materials for WVUS is expected to be familiar with and to adhere to the guidelines outlined on this site.