• danimations gives leading business and personal vloggers a professional edge

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    Danimations offers production and coaching services to help vloggers take their video communications to the next level. A low-cost option for anyone looking to generate content on Youtube, vlogging (short for video blogging) has never been easier to get started with. It’s being embraced by an ever-widening variety of personal and business communicators- but all vlogs are not created equal! Good vlogging starts with the message- but if the production quality falls short of expectations you set by your brand or presence elsewhere, you could be doing yourself a disservice. The good news is, we’re here to help. Danimations offers professional coaching for emerging vloggers, plus affordable production packages to spice up your vlog content with titling elements, insert shots and animation. We can also review your content, and provide you with distribution and search-engine optimisation services. To show you what we’ve been doing with vloggers lately, take a look at the playlist below. We deliver and communicate online, servicing clients all over the world. New customer enquiries are always welcome.

  • Wire By Click launches online video series to demonstrate their innovative products

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    One of our most innovative South Australian clients Wire By Click has just taken a giant leap with its online video presence, after realising the fantastic opportunities awaiting proactive businesses on Youtube. Wire By Click offers a radical new alternative to traditional, labour-intensive soft wiring approaches for commercial and domestic applications. As a start-up company in their early years of trading, founder Mark Fahey and his team identified the need to clearly demonstrate the benefits of using their 3 and 5 pin wiring solutions to increase customer take-up. A phonecall later, and we were commissioned to produce a series of low-budget videos to do just that. The job moved from concept to Youtube-distributed reality within a week, and has been put to immediate work. Take a look at Wire By Click’s products and video below and imagine what a series of online videos could do to help you grow your business. New customer enquiries are always welcome.

  • Cuttlefish Country documentary film – in production!

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    We’re up to our necks in cuttlefish, drama and mystery as the story for our pending documentary film Cuttlefish Country unfolds. Failing dismally to recognise and protect its environmental assets (and the associated commercial opportunities they present), a stack of industrial proposals are pegged for the narrow strip of land known as the Point Lowly Peninsula in Upper Spencer Gulf. The Santos Gas Fractionation facility sticks out like a sore thumb on this wonderful strip of South Australian coastline, and is currently involved in a court battle with the EPA over water pollution. It’s hard to imagine how the State Government of South Australia has failed thus far to consider evaluating an alternative development strategy for the area- capitalising on the amazing and unique Giant Cuttlefish aggregation which happens there each winter, its scenic coastline, beaches, rocky reefs, mangroves, sea grasses and sponge-gardens. The spot has long been reknown for its snapper fishing and crabbing too, and three Aquatic Reserves protect adjacent waters. Put simply, Point Lowly’s at threat from a wholesale industrialisation agenda from private sector and State Government proponents. Emma and I are now on the case, and we’ve launched a website where you can find out more and sign a petition to relocate the most alarming industrial proposal- a desalination plant to provide water to BHP Billiton’s Olympic Dam mine at Roxby Downs. The plant will pump salty brine back into the Upper Spencer Gulf system, which poses horrendous risks to bottom-dwelling marine species like the Giant Australian Cuttlefish, prawns, and the myriad of creatures who use surrounding habitat as fish nurseries. We aim to complete the documentary film by October 2011, and we’re releasing interviews as we go to help raise the level of public awareness and concern. Please help us set the course of regional development in this state towards a sustainable future!