At its core, whiteboard video is a human voice and drawn imagery, two of the earliest forms of communication, and they can be adapted to any story. Most of your audience can relate to a whiteboard, but if not, change whiteboard to blackboard, or napkin, or whatever fits the message best. Working closely with Dr. Susan Weinschenk, we designed a method for creating whiteboard video that was based in neuroscience and behavioral psychology research. Everything about our process supports the delivery of a message in a way that stimulates the viewer. We’ve iterated and innovated our tools to move messages and today, your company and your messages can benefit from our unmatched whiteboard storytelling experience.
2014 was an exciting year for the ScribeFor program, donating Whiteboard Videos to four incredible non-profits — Save our Schools Minneapolis, QuestBridge, Orphan's Tree, and Books are the Beginning. Apply now for 2015 ScribeFor Action: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/scribeforaction
TruScribe Whiteboard Videos can move your message no matter what the content. Here are a few of our exciting collaborations designed to engage and entertain, including our collaboration with Neuroscientist Dr. Susan Weinschenk on Brain Signal (https://www.youtube.com/user/BrainSignal)