Get Your Point Across In 60 Secs
Whiteboard presentations are animated presentations in the form of cartoons or storyboards. They can be used for a wide variety of applications, including marketing, educational purposes, and even quick tutorials.
Generally, whiteboard animations are time-lapse or stop-motion style animations, however there are many different types of whiteboard animations you can employ for different purposes.
Above is an example of a whiteboard animation, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. It was donated to the public domain by its author, Jace Vernon.
The original whiteboard presentation was, quite literally, an individual such as a college professor giving a lecture or a business person making a presentation using a physical whiteboard.
The purpose of the whiteboard is to present information visually, making it easier for people to understand concepts than if they were simply spoken. For example, a mathematical equation might be significantly easier to explain to students by drawing it out than it would be to explain solely with words.
You can make use of this visual media by creating your own whiteboard presentations. These presentations can make it much easier to explain certain concepts to your viewers than traditional videos.
In this report, you’re going to learn some tips for making quality whiteboard presentations, and we’ll take a look at some of the software you can use to make these presentations even if you have no experience doing so.
So let’s get started.