Screencasts, YouTube Videos
As a service provider and contractor for software user assistance, I design and create interactive demos of your software, so-called screencasts (software videos, YouTube videos). Demo components can be used as an embedded part of an online help file, on a web site, or as a standalone multimedia tutorial.
A picture says more than a thousand words and a demo shows even more. Do you want to enhance online help with interactive software demos (screencasts)? Do you want to demonstrate your products on your web site or on YouTube in the most realistic and user-friendly way by videos?
I can design and create interactive demos and videos of your software.
Demo components can be used as an embedded part of an online help file, on a web site, or as a standalone multimedia tutorial. A software demo can either just show an action (demonstration mode) or let users accomplish tasks by themselves (simulation mode).
Using professional authoring tools ensures that the demos can be translated and updated with minimum cost.
A key factor often neglected with software demos is usability.
▪Always remember: The important question isn’t “What do you want to tell the user?” but “What does the user want to know?”
▪Enough pauses should ensure that the demo can also be followed by viewers who aren’t native speakers or who don’t have any special prior knowledge.
▪If the demo is long, viewers should be able to access and to repeat individual parts directly via an integrated table of contents or navigation control.
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