Dan Roam's Professional Hand-Drawn Whiteboard Video Course
What you'll learn
- Make money by creating simple hand-drawn videos with PowerPoint and Camtasia.
- You should have basic PowerPoint skills. You will also need a screen-recording application like Camtasia, but don't install it yet! We'll cover that in lecture 6.
This course is for anyone who wants to explain, market, sell, or teach online using simple, hand-drawn videos. Using PowerPoint and Camtasia (or similar screen-recording app), you will learn everything you need to know to create great hand drawn whiteboard videos fast, including:
- How to create a script.
- How to visualize your ideas in PowerPoint.
- How to quickly animate, record, and narrate your whiteboard videos.
- How to edit, polish, and add the right music quickly.
- How to promote your video online for great exposure.
- And much, much more.
Your hand drawn video will look and sound so professional and compelling that you will be able to sell more of your products and services than you ever thought possible.
In fact, your whiteboard videos will stand out so much that, if you want to, you could sell your hand drawn whiteboard videos as a service to others.
Who this course is for:
- This course is meant for online marketers, innovators, and educators who need to clearly explain important concepts using video. No prior video or animation experience is required.
Dan Roam is the author of three international bestselling books on visual communications which have been translated into 31 languages. "The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems with Pictures" was named by Fast Company, The London Times, and BusinessWeek as 'Creativity Book of the Year.' Dan's newest book, "Show and Tell: How Everyone Can Make Extraordinary Presentations" was named Amazon's Top-20 business book of the year. Dan has helped leaders at Google, Microsoft, Deloitte, Intel, Kraft, eBay, Gap, GE, IBM, the US Navy, and the United States Senate solve complex problems with simple pictures. Dan's "American Health Care on the Back of a Napkin" was voted by BusinessWeek as the world's greatest presentation of 2009, and prompted the White House to invite Dan in to train members of the President's communications team. Dan and his whiteboard appear frequently on CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, Fox, and NPR. Dan's NapkinAcademy online is the world's first complete visual-thinking course, and is subscribed to by businesspeople from over 43 countries. Dan lives in San Francisco.