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How To Find A Good Animator?

Twinflower

Twinflower

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I need animation services for my business, we work in organic food industry. Recommendations please?
 
RedSky

RedSky

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First of all you need to define your goals clearly, for example what type of video and for what purposes you need. Your brief needs should let the animation studio know how you you're planning to use it and what is your target audience. In case of the second one try to provide as much information as possible for getting more effective product in the end, you can for example add an example of your customer which will capture essential characteristics of your target audience.It's also necessary to make clear the selling point of your animation, define for this one key message for your audience and main benefits of your product. It's important to make a decision about your budget too, many companies provide 3D animation services which can be very flexible in prices and present your product in many different ways that suit different budgets. The other necessary things while making a final choice are type of video narration and style, comparing your product with the competitors' ones, choosing the type of its distribution and timeline for finishing it.
 
poliq

poliq

All is well
Why dont you hire a freelancer working with powntoon for example? I believe it would be cheaper
 

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