Let video boost the learning experience.
Education is the foundation of progress. It’s where critical thinkers and creative problem solvers are born! Be it a college, an elementary school, a tutoring center, or a technology startup with a focus in education, video is a great way to do what you do best. Plus, with so many visual learners out there, what better way to teach than with educational videos?
Partner Showcase: University of Phoenix
Economics isn’t one of the easiest subjects to learn, and the University of Phoenix knew they needed something captivating to keep their students watching. They tapped Demo Duck to work on this educational video series and we created stories with powerful lessons.
See some of our education work:
Why work with Demo Duck
Who in our lives makes the biggest impact? Teachers and educators. That’s why we love partnering with educational institutions to make video that not only teaches a certain topic but does so in a meaningful way. We even have a former high school science teacher on staff. We know what it takes to make an education client’s video production successful both in the process and end product.
We also partner with education technology companies because they help our educational institutions do their job better. We’re all about collaborative-based learning here.
I felt I knew where we were with the project at all times. Demo Duck provided great communication and kept on our tight timeline.
Types of educational institutions we work with
- Colleges and universities
- K-12 education
- Education technology startups
- Education-focused software companies
- Educational apps
- Training and tutorial centers/programs
What kind of videos can you make?
Whatever the lesson plan, we got you covered. We do animated educational series, screencasts, instructional videos, live-action, educational software explainer videos, and more.
How much does it cost?
It’s highly dependent on the method you pick. For an animated video, it can cost between $15,000-25,000. However, to save over the long term, you can reuse parts of videos and create a cohesive educational video series.
How long does it take?
All of our video projects take about 6-10 weeks. One way to turn your assignment in on time is to approve the script right away! That way we can focus on the design and get your video in front of students and decision-makers.