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Interactive Employee Training Video

By Jay Montgomery @jaymontgomery

Last year I designed and illustrated graphics for a Kimberly Clark interactive employee training video. From Creative Director's text based storyboards and meeting I designed and illustrated over 142 different screens for one training video. I provided client with multipage PDF of each section and organized layered PSD files. Final product was an interactive web-based training video.

A lot of work where each element like a person, screen, desk or chart was on it own layer either created with Illustrator or Photoshop. Whole process was several hours a day for about a month. I'd like to do more work like this. It seems like most corporate videos use simpler graphics, stock photos and clip art. This really sets the interaction and connection to the user to a higher level of understanding. I wish I could show the final interactive video but it's strictly an internal thing at Kimberly Clark. I got permission to show my work as stills.

With so many screen I decided to create this video slideshow with some timing adjustments and video effects.


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