Cyber Consult Promotional Video
Updated: Jun 10, 2019
From what I've already achieved with my previous challenges, I took the plunge of taking on a bigger one with a promotional video for the Norwegian cyber-security company: Cyber Consult
Brief from client:
Show the world map and zoom in on Norway.
Text: Norway is in the top 10 most targeted countries for cyber-attacks.
Many Pins drops hitting the map of Norway
Zooming in on the top of IceBerg showing major attacks in the news in Norway. (Picture provided in email)
Text: As we know, some major companies have been attacked in Norway recently.
Then it zooms out, showing the whole Iceberg.
1st shown text: These are just the known cases. Most attacks happen to SMB’s as they are much more vulnerable.
Following text: Many of these companies aren’t aware they have been breached.
Show the scale of 5 years previously growth in cyberattacks. And then pinpoint the massive growth which will occur for the next 5 years to come. So show that the graph will be massive after 2019. To create the feeling of urgency for the audience.
Big Question mark, asking why is that the case?
Initial text on page: Just three simple reasons may be
· Outdated security measures
· Lack of knowledge
· False sense of security
Hackers/attackers know for a fact that the SMBs lack extensive security measures. Which increases the hit rate.
Place funny animation to each point in the bullet listing
Emoji hand waving
Upper page Text: Have any questions about your security status?
We would love to have a chat with you.
Following the previous text underneath: Cyber concern? CyberConsult.
Firstly I started blocking out how the scenes would look from basic stills, then later on settle on a style that would shape the rest of the animation.
It was difficult to decide whether to have a low-poly style iceberg or a detailed one. Ultimately, I went with
Concept Development and Feedback:
Version 20+ (Client Revisions/Amendments):
I've thoroughly enjoyed the learning experience that came with this project. From client changes to the constant question of "How can I add value to the client?"