Putting Our "Experience" Into Action
At One to One Box, we've always thought beyond just making great videos to the ways that enable our clients to get the most from them. So it's exciting to finally be engaged in partnerships that focus not just on videos but the experience that surrounds them. Earlier this year, we introduced Turing, a design and development company and longtime colleague from the Zaentz Film Center, to our client Poggio La Noce, to configure their web site, to better sell their incomparable wines and olive oils, and play host to the videos we're currently producing for them.
More recently, we've been working with Turing to explore design and content-flow for a vibrant new Nopalize web site featuring a vast amount video content to showcase the incredible community of chefs and growers associated with San Francisco's Nopa Restaurant.
These projects embody the kinds of video user experience we've espoused in this newsletter and recent blog posts for Media Needle and ReelSEO. Is anyone else even talking about this? If not then they should be. And we're excited to finally be offering these innovations to our clients.
We've also continued to produce new videos for Bonfire Communications in the form of a splashy internal video to introduce Bank of the West Premier; an upcoming five-video package for La Terra Fina; a video celebration of Energy Recovery's Paul Cook Award; and a 15-minute training video for BIA For Autism in the style of our award-winning collaboration with Calfresh. We'll be rolling some of these videos as they go public in the next few months, and please feel free to contact us if you'd like to view any of the internal-only ones.