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VIDEO MANUAL SERIES
In this project we took traditional watch manuals online by making a series of YouTube videos that are simple and clear to understand.
The videos are available on omegwatches.com or OMEGA's YouTube channel. A customer who buys a watch is able to find instructions on setting their timepiece by looking up their model name or number.
This is a huge step online for the company, and shows their interest in improving the customer's after-sales experience. Internally this collection of videos is used as a reference and training tool for shop staff and customer service.
Building these sequences involved a lot of technical information specific to each watch. Getting through it all was not easy, but Alpha Studio pulled together the talents of motion graphics artist Nigel Upchurch, sound designers SayThankYou and some 30 technical members of staff within OMEGA's product department.
The project had two challenges: Make the manuals easy to understand and make them look good.
Sylistically, we went with a sleek, technical approach. Every watch video was checked and re-checked for accuracy in mechanism behaviour.
We even went so far as to match the ticking frequency of the second hand as it moves around the dial - its important because each model is individual this way.