What do you need help with? We play as large or as small a part in your project as you require. Start by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us know what you’re working on and why it excites you.
Next, we’ll contact you to figure out the bigger picture: like Who is your audience? and What are your goals and how can we work together to achieve and measure our success? If you’re not sure about the bigger picture, don’t worry. We can work with you to figure that out as well.
So now that there’s some structure for the project and we’ve both agreed that we’d like to work with each other, our next step is to provide you with a creative brief. This is typically a short, one- or two-page document that explains how we see the video, the strategy behind our approach, and the cost/resources required to make it all happen.
How Long Your Video Will Take
We’ve agreed on the creative brief – YES! Now we can expand it into a contract. After both parties sign said contract and we start pre-production, our videos usually take six weeks to complete. At the end of that six-week period, they will be waiting for you in our Dropbox account.
Depending on the kind of video strategy you require, this timeline may be faster or slower than the six-week period mentioned above. Which brings us to…
How Much We Cost
Your firstborn child. Just kidding. But you believed us for a second right? There is a lot we need to figure out before we can quote you with a price. From product demos and user-generated content to television commercials and online testimonials, videos come in all shapes and sizes. We will work with you to figure out a strategy that meets as many of your project goals as possible while staying within your budget.
To get a better understanding of why some videos cost more than others, check out our blog posting on the subject here.