Training videos are a hot topic these days. And no wonder! Educating new employees is something that every business needs to do at one point or another.
At Double Barrel, we get requests for these all the time. And our answer is, yes! We do those! And in too many styles to count.
Training videos keep costs down, create educational consistency, improve information retention AND employee engagement. As a savvy business owner, video should be your go-to solution when it comes to training new staff.
Check out the short sample above of our latest training video series for Wolseley Canada. Or, follow this link to view our entire library: https://doublebarrel.wpengine.com/video-styles/
From live action to animation and everything-in-between, we’re your #1 choice when it comes to producing videos that will ensure your employee training is more effective, cost-conscious, on-demand and consistent!
At Double Barrel, we love working with organizations that inspire. So we were thrilled when Burlington advertising agency PLAY asked us to collaborate on this animated launch video for the Family Enterprise Exchange – an organization that supports Canadian family businesses through shared wisdom, expertise and education.
FEX is dedicated to empowering Canadian family businesses with all the knowledge and resources they need to propel their enterprise to greatness. Find out more at: https://family-enterprise-xchange.com/
“I have worked with many production film companies here and in the UK. But I have really enjoyed working with you and your team on this launch video. You are attentive and responsive and you are nice folks to boot. Its been a pleasure and the clients have been impressed with the final output. Thanks for all your collaboration, this work kicks off a new national brand across Canada focused on helping guide the many sme’s who keep our country ticking.” – Neil Woodley, Creative Director
For more videos like this visit our website: https://doublebarrel.wpengine.com
Team Unbreakable is a therapeutic teen running group operating out of Hamilton, Ontario. Their goal is simple: to decrease anxiety and depression among our teen population by providing access to a proven mood-booster: exercise! Running has been proven to decrease depression and anxiety by suppressing stress hormones, while boosting feel-good hormones like endorphins.
The Hamilton Family Health Team is looking to add to its roster of runners and volunteers for this program, and would like to spread the message to #HamOnt teens. If you or anyone you know would benefit from either volunteering or running with this amazing organization please reach out!
We are proud to say that this piece will be screening in clinics across the City of Hamilton. Thanks to the Hamilton Family Health Team for involving us in such a great project!
**This piece is an accessible, shortened and animated version of the longer three minute promotional video we produced back in 2016.**
“The West Harbour is what first attracted the world to our shores, but we’ve come a long way since then. Introducing the next chapter of the Hamilton West Harbour story!”
We were thrilled to collaborate with the City of Hamilton on this video project, bringing their vision of the West Harbour’s future to life through the power of animation! This $140 million dollar redevelopment project will create a vibrant hub for community and more useable waterfront space for Hamiltonians.
Engineering is the invisible thread that holds so much of our day-to-day lives together. And when it comes to getting teens excited about a STEM career – it pays to reveal just a bit of the science behind their everyday experiences.
We set out in October of 2014 to create a 30 second broadcast commercial that did just that. Using skateboarding as our metaphor – and an extreme slow motion camera – we aimed to capture the forces of friction, momentum and gravity.
The end result is something we’re all so proud of. Screened in theatres from Hamilton to Toronto (in IMAX no less!) and also in Calgary, we hear this piece is on its way to theatres in Hong Kong!
Many thanks to our amazing crew, as always. Shot in slow-mo by Ty Tekatch and Christoph Benfey, with animation assistance from Antenna Visual Communication. Edited by Taylor Heres. Starring skateboarding superstar Alishia Stevens, and Hamilton’s own Arts Awards nominee, Alyssa Nedich. Many thanks to New Line Skateparks for allowing us to shoot at their construction site in Oshweken, Ontario!!
Team Double Barrel is excited to announce the LAUNCH of a new online animation we produced for our fabulous friends over at the City of Burlington.
Our challenge… how do you make municipal government financial management interesting??
Produced and directed in beloved RSA Animate style, this quick video was the creative collaboration of a rockstar team. Sketched by Pamela Hubbard, written by Wayne MacPhail, voiced by Paul Benedetti & animated by Louis Wesolowsky, we filmed the entire sequence against a whiteboard in our new studio space on King William. From there, iPad sketches were incorporated to make certain frames really POP. We’re thrilled with the results. And we think Burlington residents will be, too.