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MECOPP – The Challenges Of Animation For Charities

We love working with charities, and have produced plenty of videos for all sorts in the past with the likes of Oxfam approaching us for this video. It can be a challenging process, but at the end of the day, it is probably the most rewarding of all the work that we do, because we know that the video we are producing is going to help others in one way or another.

Not so long ago we received an email from the Edinburgh-based charity MECOPP who specialise in the support of Scotland’s ethnic minorities. We had been recommended to them by previous client that had also commissioned a video for charity, (mention who they are). They came to us looking for an explainer video that broke down the model of ‘Self Directed Support’ into easy to manage chunks so that they could show those in need of it how simple the process is. Of course, the process isn’t that simple, but we needed to make it so!

Thankfully they had done a fair bit of market research themselves, which meant that when they approached us they already had a clear idea of the sort of video production that they were after – it needed to be bold, striking animated visuals, with a voice over that would work without the need for them. As usual we agreed working terms, set an estimated fee and broke down the production process for our client, setting a weekly schedule in order to ensure steady progress. Then it was onto…

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MECOPP – The Challenges Of Animation For Charities

We love working with charities, and have produced plenty of videos for all sorts in the past with the likes of Oxfam approaching us for this video. It can be a challenging process, but at the end of the day, it is probably the most rewarding of all the work that we do, because we know that the video we are producing is going to help others in one way or another.

Not so long ago we received an email from the Edinburgh-based charity MECOPP who specialise in the support of Scotland’s ethnic minorities. We had been recommended to them by previous client that had also commissioned a video for charity, (mention who they are). They came to us looking for an explainer video that broke down the model of ‘Self Directed Support’ into easy to manage chunks so that they could show those in need of it how simple the process is. Of course, the process isn’t that simple, but we needed to make it so!

Thankfully they had done a fair bit of market research themselves, which meant that when they approached us they already had a clear idea of the sort of video production that they were after – it needed to be bold, striking animated visuals, with a voice over that would work without the need for them. As usual we agreed working terms, set an estimated fee and broke down the production process for our client, setting a weekly schedule in order to ensure steady progress. Then it was onto…