A client we are working with is coming up with a project with a lot of content presented in video, and they want to make sure that a mobile audience can see the videos as well. We're investigating the best way to present mobile to both a desktop and mobile audience but one of the concerns was how to offer an text-based alternative for those who need it.
Is there any patterns or best practice examples for flash video players on corporate sites? We
are running out a project on the company I work for and one of the
assets will be the development of a new universal player for the
company site, so it would be good to see if anyone have done any study
or have any examples in place already.
Anyone noticed the redesign on Youtube's player page? I would like to ask what your views are on that.
With plenty of mouse-over events, fade in-outs, reorganized information and the end of internal scroll bar for related content, I personally think it's a good and strategic step towards HTML 5 capabilities that will soon be official and support video plus richer design patterns. But that's just a quick superficial analysis.
I'm looking for inspiration on how to use video in a "new and creative way".
My client has acknowledged the importance of video. (Great!) and would like to use video in a new and improved way on their e-commerce site! (But how!?)
So, here I am... Looking for best practices on using video in both product presentation AND in order to generate traffic to the website. The site is a large e-commerce site with all kinds of products to your house; from furniture to arts and crafts...