LoJack needed some video production services for videos they needed to create, one being an animated product explainer video and the other being a live-action video using stock and custom shot content. So Rip Media Group stepped in and provided
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iTrade Network, a leader in perishables supply chain management, needed video production to describe how they provide an end-to-end supply chain solution suite that tackles the complexities that occur at all waypoints of the perishables supply chain, from procurement and
The Growing Spine Foundation, a nonprofit group of physicians dedicated to improving care for scoliosis patients, engaged Rip Media Group for their video production services. The plan was to create a child-friendly animated explainer video to describe early onset scoliosis
Whistle Messaging, a SaaS customer service platform that enables hotels to engage with their guests in real time via SMS and mobile messaging apps, reached out to Rip Media Group for video production of a promotional video. We merged animation
Rip Media Group was approached by Imagine LA, a company that provides a mentorship program to families to help them out of homelessness, to conceptualize, script, and produce a promotional video. We created a hybrid video by merging live-action testimonials
Rip Media was asked to create a series of animated explainer videos for Cisco fiber optical pathways and connectivity. Very interesting stuff, and it is meant as pure education for their staff. The work included scripts and storyboards based on
Rip Media Group has enjoyed a long and fruitful relationship with Kaiser Permanente as a partner for their video marketing efforts. One of the most recent videos featuring character animation received the following rating from the Kaiser Permanente team:
Rip Media was asked to produce a unique video for NextLinks, showing their proprietary technology for the next generation golfing experience, where they combine simulators and real-life putting greens to create a seamless game of golf (which is certainly not
Rip Media Group was asked by Vistage, a membership organization that provides advisors for CEOs who don’t usually have an executive board, to produce a two-minute promotional video featuring a satisfied customer. So it was only fair that Vistage provide
Rip Media Group had the opportunity to work with Vistage to create live action video content for their video marketing effort to recruit new members. Our contacts at Vistage were kind enough to give us the following ratings:
Rip Media Group had the pleasure of working with AdColony to produce an explainer video detailing their mobile advertising platform. The project was so successful that the AdColony team took the time to write up and post the following review
Rip Media Group had the pleasure of working with NetApp to create an interactive screen-based animated video about ergonomics. In addition to animation, services included voiceovers and storyboarding. At the end of the project, the NetApp team provided a great
Let me tell you a little story.
A professor takes out a canister.
After he drops in a few rocks, looks at the class and says, “Is the canister full?”
Everybody kind of shakes their head, “Yes, the canister’s full.”
I have seen, or created, all types of marketing videos ranging from 10 seconds long to an hour long and the answer to this question is simple: As SHORT as possible.
The fastest way to get from Point A to
How do you know your video team is producing the video you really need?
The answer is pretty intuitive, but not discussed too often in the creative world.
It is all about the PROCESS.
If your process is optimized and the path to
Here we are in 2018…no colony on Mars yet, but Elon is hard at work.
A generation ago there was barely an internet.
Today, we truly wouldn’t be able to work, play, or learn without it. The internet gives companies endless possibilities