Created in Keynote for Mac, this looping presentation was shown at industry tradeshows by GS1 Canada marketing teams. Based on an existing template and script, the presentation was enhanced with custom graphics, royalty-free photographs and custom animation sequences. The final approved project was then exported to video for looping playback at the GS1 Canada tradeshow booths.
We were asked to create a series of 6 instructional videos to help explain the PROSYNC ECCnet Registry, GS1 Canada’s national online product registry, to their trading partners. In this case, Walmart Canada. Incorporating assets from multiple departments, we consolidated all elements into PowerPoint according to client scripts. We coordinated with a third-party voice over agency to provide professional narration, then synced their audio with each fully animated PowerPower presentation. The final videos were exported to HD video for web playback and between 2-6 minutes in length.
In order to meet the requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (“AODA”), GS1 Canada’s policies and practices were updated. To help explain these updates, two 25-minute multimedia PowerPoint-based videos were produced in both English and French. Final scripts and their organizational PowerPoint template were provided by the client, to which we added original art work and sourced photography. We also subcontracted a third party voice over agency to provide professional narration, which we then synced to our fully animated presentations. The final exported multimedia videos were shared in-house throughout the GS1 Canada English and French speaking offices.
Two 4-minute multimedia videos were produced in PowerPoint to showcase the Canada Food Tracker pilot program, a collaboration between the Dietitians of Canada and GS1 Canada. A rough storyboard and final scripts, in both English and French, were provided by the client and we created an animated presention incorporating sourced photography, original artwork, custom animations, narration editing and syncing, with the final presentations being exported to video for in-house and intranet playback.