Ever wanted to know that how you can do a specific task but didn?t know how to do it ? I?m sure that most of us must experience this almost everyday and wished that if some one who?s an expert in that field could have explained a bit about it or showed us how we can perform a task.
Well, VideoJug is one such video sharing service which holds the factual content in the form of Videos. There logo says Life Explained. On Film and the content of VideoJug justifies this line. You?ll find various videos on all sorts of topics (medical, life, technology, beauty, lifestyle, money, etc.) and each and every video tells you how you can perform a particular task.
What?s impressive about VideoJug :
1. Professionally produced videos : Most of the videos (almost 95 %) are produced by VideoJug?s in-house production teams and they?ve made sure that the message is delieverd in short time period (most of the videos are under 10 min.) and after looking at the videos you?ll agree to me that there is lot of quality content in VideoJug with good humor too.
2. Great site navigation : Another aspect which impressed me a lot was the way the site has been designed. It makes the site navigation quite easy and in turn helps us in reaching the correct video. This is really important because user interface is directly related to the usability and if the interface isn?t very good then what?s the use of good content ? And VideoJug has done excellent job in this section.
3. Ability to download the video for later reference : This has to be the best feature of VideoJug as it allows you to download the videos for later reference in multiple formats. It supports iPod, PSP and 3GP format (for mobile phones, Real Player format).
4. Printable instructions : If you are one of those who prefer reading over watching clips then you can also print the instructions of a particular task. I really don?t see any point in this one (I prefer watching clips) but still from the usability point of view it can be helpful for some.
All in all, you can call VideoJug as a Question/Answer service like Yahoo Answers or Live QnA but with Video as the main source of communication. Another thing is that because the videos are monitored and approved by the VideoJug moderators, so you can trust the quality of the video too.
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