I got this via email:
Photographer Alexx Henry and his team show you how a magazine might look in the not-so-distant future with the October cover and spread for Outside Magazine. In this video, Alexx Henry takes you through the creation of the Living portrait of the triathlete Chris Lieto photographed using the revolutionary Red One cinema camera and the 5d Mark II.
Watch the video to see if you can discover what’s missing in the simulated magazine.
The answer will be after the break. Consider this a test.
So, did you see what was missing?
It was a visual cue for the video duration.
You can’t leave people hanging, wondering when an animation (video or drawing or whatever) is going to end. They need a countdown of some sort.
They also need an Abort button to cut to the chase.
Also, when video is part of the narrative, people need an indication not to skip it.