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4 Ways to Evoke Emotion With Video

Tuesday, February 23, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Julie Gillespie, CSM, Vyond

Great content moves its audience. The difference between excellent videos and mediocre ones is in their ability to create meaningful connections with their viewers.

Video is a great way to get your message across because it’s an easy way to create media-rich experiences that evoke an emotional response. Sparking empathy, however, takes careful consideration.

In this webcast, a resident video expert at Vyond will share techniques that master storytellers use to create evocative content. We’ll look at four elements for creating rich media moments that move—from color to facial expressions and beyond. Participants will walk away with a newfound toolkit for boosting engagement, retention, and impact in their videos. 

During this webcast you will learn: 

  • The powerful role of emotion in your video content
  • How color, facial expressions, camera movement, and sound influence audiences
  • Practical techniques for creating rich media moments with video  

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Presenter

Julie Gillespie
Julie Gillespie

CSM, Vyond

Julie Gillespie is a customer success manager at Vyond, the leading online video creation platform. She works with a wide range of organizations across industries to help tell their stories through video. Julie uses her expertise to teach organizations how to streamline their video-making processes and build engaging content that keeps learners asking for more. Julie’s career has been specializing in customer service and training while her background in design has been a valuable resource for her customers.


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