I didn’t do the production on this, but I did write the script and created a lot of the graphics. As a follow up, the Washington Post recently wrote an article about the programs that have come out of this Design Thinking process.
Kate, our College and Career librarian, does a great job of making the product sound awesome: We filmed at the Central Library’s 2nd floor Help Desk, using the field kit from Arlington Independent Media (AIM). This was the first time we’d filmed against such a complicated background, and I kind of love the way […]
Last fall I made a series of pretty good library marketing videos, about some of the folks who make the library work. I tried to make them fairly tight – less than a minute and a half long – and anecdotally entertaining. In general, they got a good reaction. But despite posting them on our […]
There have been a lot of changes at work the last two weeks… I’ve been official moved from Reference to the Web Team. This is HUGE. Except that it really isn’t very different, since I was already doing all the work I’ll be doing as part of the web team. And I’ll still be working […]
We’ve reframed the video for Nico’s specialty, which is teen services: Quick slides: In a World full of Questions…. “Where are the vampire books?” “Do you have CliffsNotes for Othello” “When does the new Rick Riordan book come out?” “Do you have practice SAT tests?” “How do I resize a photo I want to print?” […]
2nd draft of the video. It’s been recut in Microsoft Movie Maker, and has a new title and ending. We still need to reshoot the actual footage.
This is the first draft for a new series of videos I’m making for my library, called “Got Librarians?”: “Got Librarians? 1st Draft – Sorry I can’t embed it yet. Notes so far: I need to reshoot Nico – we were pressed for time and the framing is bad – and to shoot her around […]