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How to organise your narration within an animation? Storyboarding is essential before developing an animation.
A storyboard works like the blueprint of the architect. During the storyboarding phase, you can identify most errors related to the narration, media, and other relevant details.
Storyboarding is crucial for four mains reasons:
1) The storyboard allows checking if the concept works. The storyboard determines the direction the animation is going to take.
2) While creating the storyboard, you can write and test impactful punch lines and dialogues.
3) Will the action work? Storyboards contain notes that give a whole idea of how the animation would flow in its entirety.
4) For complex animations, to avoid over budget, it is better to have an approved storyboard before entering the production phase of the project.
Page in extremis has developed numerous animation for several European institutions and organisations such as the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER).
CER’s role is to represent the interests of its members on the EU policy-making scene, in particular, to support an improved business and regulatory environment for European railway operators and railway infrastructure companies.
CER has selected the communication agency, Page in extremis, as a partner for ensuring an active alignment between the messages developed by the Association and their visual expressions.
Page in extremis is a strategic communication agency, involving an experimented multidisciplinary team, building brands and strengthening reputations for leading corporations, institutions and associations.
Located in Brussels, Page in extremis is a communication partner who can translate your communication needs into effective communication media, to offer you specialised services going from corporate and institutional branding to the development of digital and classic media and to give a distinct idea of who you are.