VMU | How Do You Take An Agile Approach To Video?
Courtney in NYC asks: How do you prototype a story when making a video? And do you user test the story along the way? Ben thinks he understands the question, and correctly identifies it as using Agile methodology. While Ben admits he knows very little about Agile, he discusses the dangers of inherited assumptions and demonstrates how an Agile approach can be used to avoid them. Ben also offers an example of how Hollywood uses an Agile approach when writing a script.
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