This August, Sketch Videos hits a very important milestone.
We’re turning FIVE.
That’s five years of sketchy goodness.
Five years of scripting, shooting and sound mixing.
Five years of developing and refining our processes.
Five years of creativity and crafting.
And it keeps getting better.
In five years, we’ve grown our team from two, to a number in the tweens.
We’ve finessed our expertise and experience in co-creating great videos with our fabulous clients, and introduced new sketchy things too. We draw posters and postcards, and live sketching – an aspect of the business that has grown in leaps and bounds this past year.
Sketch Videos now has a talented and energetic graphic recording and graphic facilitation team, and it’s continuing to grow.
So to everyone we’ve worked with, thankyou.
It’s been a wonderful journey so far. We really have enjoyed it all.
And we look forward to many more sketchy times together in the future
Did you know that multicultural youth make up 25 percent of Australia’s young people? Their opinions are going to help shape our future and it’s high time their voices are heard.
So Multicultural Youth Australia (who have the very fabulous abbreviation of MY Australia) are conducting a huge survey – asking over 10 thousand young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds about the issues on their minds.
The information will be used to help organisations and decision makers develop better policies and programs.
Sketch Videos was excited to be involved in creating a video to help promote the survey, and encourage as many eligible young people as possible to have their voices heard.
To fill out the survey, head here but first, why not watch the video?
Matt is Chief Doodler at Sketch Group. He has contributed to several books on visual thinking, most recently The World of Visual Facilitation.