Is it the right fit for you?
An educational video has the power to wrap up a collection of facts, complex issues, and information, into a bite-size learning experience; making it the perfect tool for educators, thought leaders, nonprofits and corporate organisations to communicate, engage and get their point across.
Whether you’re addressing children or adults, whether your goal is to cultivate ideas, create awareness, or build a better understanding of your organization’s mission, an Educational Video might just be that vava-va-voom factor you need to grab your audience’s attention.
How do we go about it?
The recipe for producing a captivating educational video is creating meaning out of facts, adding a comprehensive narrative, and turning it into visual storytelling. We make sense out of complicated ideas by simplifying information without losing meaning, then we transform it all into an artful visual narrative that grabs people’s attention and sparks a lightbulb in their minds.
If you want to be taken on a tour of our animation process, here’s a video that we created to guide you through it.
We’ve been around the block a few times
Here at Zedem, we absolutely love producing educational videos, mainly because we sneak learn in the process of understanding the information and transforming it into animation.
Moreover, as educational videos tend to be an affordable cost-effective tool for non-profits & organizations to spread awareness, recruit, and gain an understanding of their cause, we have had the privilege to contribute in them getting their voices heard.
Over the past few years, we’ve had the honour to create a number of animation for TED-Ed’s “Lessons Worth Sharing”, which are carefully curated educational videos featuring the words and ideas of educators brought to life by professional animators.
The way this collaboration works, is with our friends at TED giving us a script of a lesson or lecture on a specific subject, and then granting us full creative freedom to present the subject in a fun and comprehensive way, that will make learning new things easier and exciting, for school kids and adults alike.
Take a look at all the videos we've made for TED Ed so far, right HERE.
In this video, Natascha M. Santos debunks the common misconceptions and myths surrounding Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Our snappy character animation was Inspired by Louis Caroll’s white rabbit, who hastily and anxiously hops around Wonderland. We used infographics to visually present the more complex notions regarding OCD.
When you think of Archimedes’ Eureka moment, you probably imagine a man in a bathtub, right? As it turns out, there's much more to the story. Armand D'Angour tells the story of Archimedes' biggest assignment -- an enormous floating palace commissioned by a king -- that helped him find Eureka.
The School of Life is a global educational organisation helping people lead more fulfilled lives. We've partnered with them, to produce animated videos based on the lessons and lectures sent to us by Allain de Botton and his team. These animations are for an adult audience, addressing matters that trouble our every day lives, such as dealing with relationships, anxiety or work.
We’re used to thinking of pessimism as the enemy of good things, but when it comes to relationships, it can be a vital ingredient in keeping a couple together.
The national partner of BirdLife International - is an organisation undertaking awareness-raising actions against illegal bird killing and threats to migratory birds for special target groups as well as the general public.
We partnered up with Birdlife Cyprus on numerous projects and we've helped spreading their message across through an animated character we've created, a black cap named Ulysses.
Ulysses was the main hero of an animated story we designed in 2014 to communicate important messages about the illegal trapping of birds, as part of the educational presentations of BirdLife Cyprus. In this second educational animation, we redesigned Ulysses by giving him a fresher look and a younger co-star, his son Telemachus.
We follow Ulysses as he initiates Telemachus in the wondrous journey of migration. The animation was designed to reach out to children (and adults alike) who, through the eyes of young Telemachus, discover all about preparing, navigating and enduring the obstacles and dangers that may lie ahead on this migrating voyage.