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Animation videos are more and more popular in healthcare. Makes sense, because animation offers the solution to many challenges that especially healthcare organisations are facing. In addition, as your experienced video partner we know how to tailor your message depending on your situation: relatable, clear, accessible … Precisely what you need!

Not convinced yet? We list all the benefits of animated video in healthcare.

Anything is possible

A healthcare facility is primarily functional. So usually it’s not the most attractive film set. And then on top of that your story might be hard to visualise, for example because it all happens within the human body. With animation this is easily solved. We can create a warm, attractive setting. And we can use schematic illustrations where needed. Telling your story clearly and accurately.

Suitable for any subject

Video can be used in many ways. From an explainer about what to expect during a shoulder surgery to a portrait series to recruit new colleagues. From an informative campaign about the risk of having a child with a serious condition to a quick look at what arriving for a stay at the hospital looks like. Every message you can translate to video, and we will help you do it.

Compliant with GDPR

Another advantage of animated video is that you can be sure that no unintentional extras or confidential data will appear on screen. From patients in the background to test results on a computer screen: you decide in minute detail what your viewer will see, and how. We work with recreated illustrations, stylized and, if necessary, anonymized.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why do you need an animation video?

To explain what your organisation does, you often need a lot of text. With video, that's a lot easier. You can listen to the whole story as told by the narrator, while also seeing everything he is describing. And with animated video, we can take it a step further and tell your story in a creative way. From epic space adventure to a smooth story full of clean lines, the choice is yours!

What kind of videos do we make?

We specialise in clear 2D animation videos. But occasionally we take on a live action project with an added layer of animation, or a 3D project. The type of video we will make for you depends entirely on your situation. Who is your viewer and where is he watching the video? What is your message and call-to-action? And what about your branding?

How do we do it?

We follow a structured process that has been perfected over the years. We go from creative concept to finished script. Then to sketched storyboard and illustrated style proposal. Finally to animated video and lastly the finishing touch with sound. Every step in this trajectory builds on the last one. We only move on to the next step once the previous one has been approved.

Is this project gonna be a lot of hassle?

Years ago we built our own platform called Dolly, where all elements of your project can be found in one place. This includes all the feedback on previous versions. Every piece of feedback is automatically linked to the right sentence, the right sketch, or the right second of the video. Giving us a clear overview of what needs to be corrected. And saving everyone a lot of hassle.

How long will it take?

For a standard animated video of 1 minute you can expect the whole process to take about six weeks. We can do it faster, for example if you have a strict deadline. But experience has taught us that six weeks is a comfortable pace for you and us both. It gives us enough time to put our best foot forward, and you enough time to talk everything through with your team and give us well-considered feedback.

How often can I give feedback?

We don't believe in limiting the amount of feedback rounds. We simply keep going until our client is satisfied. But we will always let you know if that could result in the deadline or the budget not being met. That way there are no unhappy surprises.