CD-ROM / DVD
- Our programs work because we insist on starting at the beginning.
It's the old story about defining objectives. We first consider what the
program is to contain, whom it is for and why, where and how they will
see (or interact with) it, and what we expect them to do (or know, or
feel) when it's done. Then we develop a creative concept and program
strategy based on this information, so we always know where we are going.
- Our client partner is usually the best information resource for
program content, but let's say a particular strategic concept calls
for "the story" to be presented in the context of a Sherlock Holmes
mystery (as one of our programs did). Well, somebody's got to research
Holmes deductive techniques and Watson's storytelling style, and
that would be us.
- Script and Copy Writing
- Nothing can save a bad script, except maybe Arnold Schwarzenegger, and he's hoping to prove it again. On the other hand, a good script, one which is strategically sound and creatively crafted, is probably the most important component of a successful production. Arnold notwithstanding.
- Media Music Composition
- See AUDIO PRODUCTION - Music Composing/Performance.