We teamed up with the NSW Government to bring to life the 2020 HSC First in Course celebrations in a livestream event. From creating content to generating hype and producing videos and animations.
The Brief
With Covid-19 restrictions in place, the annual live event needed an exciting new virtual solution in 2020. We were enlisted to bring to life an exciting celebration event online for up to 45 minutes, maintaining engagement throughout and producing content to be used before, during and after the event itself.
The Solution
Itā€™s a highly anticipated event, with students from all around the state celebrating coming first in their respective subjects for the entire year 12 cohort.Ā As such, to maintain maximum engagement and entertainment, we produced a wide range of transition animations, motion graphic animations, closing animations and an opening event video to give students and parents goosebumps and give the entire 45 minute virtual event a celebratory feel.
Opening Event Video
2020 was a year filled with ups and downs. So, we created an opening video that would leave the audience with goosebumps as they celebrated the students that achieved such greatness despite a challenging year. From the bushfires burning down schools, to the Covid-19 pandemic, home schooling and a nearly cancelled HSC.
Animated Social Content
In order to captivate audiences, we went on to create a whole host of social content to drive engagement. From tile design and web banners that drive hype; to animated confetti pops, explosive transitions and title animation. No detail was too small to continue the celebratory feel throughout the entire event. A final photo collage of 126 students was generated to celebrate all of the HSC first in course scholars. Making sure that just because they couldn't physically be with one another, it doesn't mean they couldn't still celebrate together.
Final Steps
The real pressure came after the event with a tight deadline set by NSW Department of Education for a compilation video to be produced and published on YouTube, as well as an event highlight video to be produced within 48 hours of the event itself. We beat the deadline with a broadcast of nearly 43 minutes that covered the event and its spirit of joy and adulation and producing an outstanding event recap that knocked their socks off.

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