Case Study Video Production

Create a set of case study videos to help showcase the value of your work or products.

Testimonial videos

Based in Oxford, but filming in London and throughout the UK, Bounce specialises in case study and customer video testimonial films. Our BAFTA-winning creative director, Grace Gibbons, has over 13 years of interview experience and knows how to get authentic and engaging testimonial video content from your clients.

Case study videos for marketing

Through a case study video, your clients can talk about how much they value you, and how you’ve helped them achieve their goals. Case study films are personal and engaging, so they build trust much more effectively than written reviews and are as close as you can get to the ’holy grail’ form of marketing: word-of-mouth.

Check out our latest case study videos

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Dance teacher

Performing Arts Charity

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Apprentice

Local Enterprise Partnership

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Graduate

Digital Marketing Course

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Graduate

Flight Academy

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Corporate

Local Enterprise Partnership

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Product

Power Chair Company

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Bounce Video were professional from day one. Grace and her team worked closely with my clients to produce a testimonial video for my company and I cannot recommend her highly enough.

Andrew Norton, TellTheChef, Oxford

Let us help you

If you are looking for a video team to help you create an effective promotional film, give Bounce a call 01865 428890 or send us an email.

Tips for case study videos

Interview content is a key ingredient in corporate film production. Here are our top 5 tips for creating engaging interviews

Chose good talkers – select an interviewee who you think is likely to feel comfortable on camera. If someone is chatty and confident talking on the phone, they usually come across well on film.

Hide the microphone – it looks more professional if you can’t see a microphone clipped to someone’s shirt. Ask you video provider to conceal it.

Keep it short – when it comes to online video viewing, less is more – you ‘re likely to lose 50% of your viewers after 60 seconds.

Wear bright colours – encourage your clients to wear a bit of colour on screen and avoid black and white.

Film at your client’s offices – that way you can get some visuals of the client at work to illustrate the interview.