Marmite has become synonymous with liking or disliking something. You either love it or hate it, right? Well, writing screenplays for our animated content (or as we call them director’s notes) seems to be the Marmite job on our production line. Many of our script writers find them hard going. It’s not their favourite job.
I love writing them, though. Which is lucky because I write and review a lot of them.
So, it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. Or in this case, deliciously dark and salty, savoury spread.
But why? What’s the process? And why is it so difficult to take a bunch of words and turn them into broadcast-quality animations that blow your socks clean off?
Stay tuned, you’re about to find out…
This is a blog I wrote for iAM Learning. In it, I talk about how to write screenplays for eLearning animations.
Click here to read all of it.