The year is 2005. You click on your friend’s MySpace profile and—BAM!—there it is: A full-on auditory assault in the form of an auto-playing video.
Video on websites has come a long way since those dark days. For one, most of us have moved past auto-play.
These days, creating a website with videos means working to enhance the visitor experience. Not make them close their eyes, cover their ears, and click madly away.
Businesses especially, have gotten the hang of thinking about how to better educate, inform, and entertain their website visitors.