Monday Sep 28, 2009

Lip Dubbing, the Future of Technical Communications?

This very cool lip dub:

Led me to What does this have to do with Technical Communication?:

Everything. We need to incorporate more audiovisual media into instructional documentation. Users love this type of content. Voice on video doesn’t need to be recorded in a studio. Our screen demos don’t need to be storyboarded to death, requiring 75 hours to produce a two minute video. As long as the content is there, on target, in sync with user needs, it will fulfill the user’s desire. As tech writers, we should be creating more video — amateur is acceptable. Personal voice is desirable. Bloopers give human appeal. If we can have fun doing it [truly], it will engage our audience even more.

So, any suggestions for the first tune for Communications Suite?

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