These five steps are used by Professional Writing Program instructors for video development projects.
Choose your look and feel, identify participants, and create prompts.
Scout the location and brief the participants.
Allocate enough time to capture what you need.
Order clips logically with titles, transitions, and possibly music.
Share in a university site, on YouTube, or at a conference!
“Planning should then also include moviemaking techniques like storyboarding, scripting, and shot plans.”
Swarts, Jason. “New Modes of Help: Best Practices for Instructional Video.” Technical Communication 59.3 (2012); 195-206.