Ten Commandments for Working with a explainer video animator studio

May 30, 2014

Ten Commandments for working with explainer video animator studio


  • Have content prepared.


  • Proof read your everything you submitting, we will proof read again to double check


  • Articulate what you want. Your designer isn’t a mind reader.


  • Try to show examples of what you are looking for, it will help a lot.


  • Be prepared to listen. Respect that your designer is the designer and wants what’s best for your project.


  • Meet deadlines, whether for payment or content.


  • Respect your designers time. Don’t delay the project and expect when you are ready the designer will be too. Most designers will schedule your project based on the specs discussed. If you are a month behind expect that the designer has moved on to other projects and now has new commitments.


  • Be realistic. What you feel is a minor change may not be so minor and may not be completed in 2 hours.


  • Be realistic. Changing the color schemes, parameters and styles costs a lot of effort from your designer. He is ready to revise and be there for you, but don't overdo.


  • Understand that your designer is your partner. When you succeed they succeed. Your awesome video reflects on them, your experience is a testament to our service.




Original article by Dwainia Grey (Awesomebizonline)


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