Animated Educational Video Company

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F.Learning is an animated educational video company that keeps your students tuned and focused throughout the courses. Rich visual content relieves their stress and boosting their engagement and understanding, which leads to better learning outcomes as compared to traditional teaching materials.


Animations for Higher Education

Permaculture Case Study – A Science Project From Our Animated Educational Video Company


Permaculture Design Online Course is a 12-week program specializing in knowledge and practical solutions to develop abundant, sustainable ecosystems. The course was created by world-renowned permaculture consultant, designer, and teacher Geoff Lawton.

Following the video-based concept, he has produced over 700 live-action videos recording himself teaching the lessons. However, these videos are unable to explain complicated and abstract processes. With a topic like “How the tornado forms”, it would be impossible to produce live-action footage, and it would look slobby if he drew the process by hand on board.

Our solution:

F.Learning Studio has consulted Geoff on how to combine live-action and animated videos in the courses. We worked together to produce 330 animated learning videos. Educational animations play an important role in helping students understand the complex effects of landscapes and climates, which take hours if only explained by words.

UNSW Engineering Case Study – A HE Project From One Of the Best Animated Educational Video Production Companies

Their problems:

The University of New South Wales (UNSW) moved to learn online during the COVID-19 pandemic. This comes with new challenges when teaching online, especially with complicated and abstract subjects like engineering. The traditional video conference becomes boring and annoying. Besides that, this university needed a huge scope of online learning content to get ready for the new semester.

Our solution:

After contacting many animated educational video production companies, UNSW chose F.Learning for this project. F.Learning spent a month studying the basics knowledge of engineering, then we consult UNSW on how to present their knowledge in an understandable and engageable way. Also, as animated educational video production, we understood UNSW struggles on the learning schedule. That’s why F.Learning paid attention in communication and ensured the smooth and time-saving synergy.

Shin Shin Tang’s Mental Health Case Study – An Animated Educational Video Production Project for Children

Their Problems:

Some adolescence living in the U.S, learning in a bit ‘chaotic’ public schools, where mental health education was not properly focused, and teachers didn’t have enough confidence to sort out their students’ turbulent emotions, strange. Also, most mental health educational videos on the internet were either too dry or delivered inaccurate information, which can never satisfy Shin Shin. She sought an animated educational video production to really capture her vision in terms of what the animation for mental health training looks like and share the same value on education.

Our Solution:

F.Learning is one of the animated educational video production companies that Shin Shin contacted. After comprehending her problem, we offer her a friendly, delightful but educationally effective ‘visual plan’, impacts directly on students’ emotions. Shin Shin never thinks of animation as a touching medium and amazing “1 picture worth 1000 words conveying”, as motion pictures not only to touch eyes but ears, mnemonic, as the most efficient training ware for her project. After seeing the reel, she was totally impressive. F Learning Studio’s animations talk small, but it works.


Animations for K-12

The Bar Models case study – How an animated educational video production company handles children’s math problems


Their problem:

The Bar Model Company approaches children by illustrating parts of the problems by using bars. This method allows pupils to learn Math in problem-solving scenarios and visualizes the process needed to find the answers. This method could significantly improve the math skills of children. However, teaching is also about inspiring a love for Math and engaging children to learn more.

Our solution:

As an animated educational video production company, we started with what children love the most – animations. Animations inspire juniors to explore the world, stimulate imagination and develop a love for math. F.learning Studio has produced over 50 animated videos that fit the kid-friendly concept of The Bar Model Company. With detailed research on children’s interests, we created various funny and familiar characters to turn the most boring subject – Math into the most entertaining one.

To help young learners get used to the bar model approach, we also designed a pack of playing cards with 40 characters, which is a helpful and engaging teaching material for primary classes.


Animations for Pre-School

MNOP Kids case study – An Animated Educational Video Production’s Case Study


Their problem:

MNOP Kids is a team of educators and designers with more than 20 years of experience in education and creative thinking. They soon realized that animated videos are an engaging tool to tell stories and teach children positive behaviors and values. That’s why they need us – an animated educational video production company – to create a fun online learning experience.

Despite the above fact, animations could be surprisingly expensive. One minute of video could cost thousands of dollars by a professional studio, and relying on freelancers or templated software could result in slobby work.

Our solution:

We collaborated with MNOP Kids to create a series of engaging videos for children in their budget. We worked together with a 30% lower price than other studios that are based in the US, UK, and AU. Our animations are created from scratch with unique and authentic artwork. We don’t use pre-designed illustrations and movements. Trust and agreement on repeated business are the keys to the differences in prices.