Ydraw Capability Statement
1000’s of small businesses and Government Agencies use Ydraw to create and deliver their message. We are a Video Marketing Company that can Discover, Create, and Deliver your story!
Government POC: Curtis Pace
Address: 1611 E. 2450 S. Bldg 2.
St George, UT 84790
Work Area: Global
What Make US Different?
– 12 years of experience
– Inc. 5000
– 3000 + Videos Created
– PRnews Platinum PSA Award
– 2018 Clutch Global Leader Award
– Multiple Gold Addy Awards
NAICS: 512110 – Video production
NAICS: 541830 – Media Buying Agencies
NAICS: 512191 – Other Postproduction Services
Set-Aside: Small Business (SB)
Why work with us? Because we are funny, good looking, and people say things like…
“This is incredible. There’s something about the animation that inherently makes the viewer so much more in tune. This has such shareability. This is going viral, I’m calling it. Value value value value value.”
Needed a creative way to introduce their staff to the high standards of Scientific Integrity. We created a whiteboard animation, and they ordered 3 more.
Vital Smarts was working on in-house training modules for their employees. One of the
topics we were tasked to cover was Crucial Conversations. We love to tell stories because
they are fun and more importantly because people can relate to stories, which causes them to take action. So, we took one of the executives from vital smarts, recorded him telling a story of taking his nephew camping and related it to Crucial Conversations. This is one of my favorite videos as we tell a story using live acting and mixing in whiteboard animation.
City of Surrey, Canada
Wanted to inform their staff and the community about the cities current success, their future plans, their innovation, and inspire them about their future. No better way, than a whiteboard animation from Ydraw.
The Hoover Institution partnered with Stanford University to write a book entitled “The Blueprint for America”. They came to Ydraw looking for a creative solution to tell the basic story of the book through video. We came up with this creative blueprint style 2D animation. [A style we hadn’t ever created before, but turned out perfect for this project.] There are a total of 13 videos in the series, matching the 13 chapters of the book. So, have an idea? Even if it has never been accomplished before, Ydraw can figure it out.
National Safety Council
The University of Iowa and The National Safety Council were in charge of creating a video campaign to launch a new initiative to show the technology options in today’s automobiles. The project was called ‘My Car Does What’. They came to Ydraw with the challenge of creating a video that could get 1 billion impressions. We came up with the animation style,
script, and concept. The campaign exceeded everyone’s goals and expectations. We were able to not only make the video, but also supply the client with artwork used in gas station signs, banner ads, billboards, and many other marketing materials.
And Still More Styles You Can Choose From. Let’s keep going.
Simple Characters for a Corporate Training Video
No Name Style
We still don’t know what to call this style. We took a serious story and created a serious video. We could do more to help addicts.
Whiteboard video, without the artist illustrating. Take the hand out and do it all digitally. Wait….or do it on Strathmore Paper (so Digital Brownboard?)
More sophisticated than a motion graphics video, but a simplified version of frame-by-frame 2D animation. If you need the characters to move, this is a great option.
Realistic artwork revealed with digital splashes of ink.
Full colored and animated frame by frame, but simplified frames to keep the cost down.
If you want to go all out with animation…go 3D.
That’s a great quote and testimony to what you do!
Ydraw has been so awesome to work with; I’ve never worked with a more upbeat, willing to help, team of people. Everyone we worked with along the way made the process easy and enjoyable, and the talent your team has, is amazing!
Even Arnold Loves Our Videos.
Maybe your story is boring and your audience is distracted. If you’re looking for a better way to tell the story behind your product or service, it’s time to talk!