VideoScribe enables users to make their own whiteboard videos without complicated software, stop-motion animation or professional help.
Launched in 2012, VideoScribe is the first program (as far as we know) to enable easy self-made scribe videos.
VideoScribe is a desktop program for PC and Mac.
There are also feature limited iPad and Android apps.
VideoScribes have been made for President Obama, the Swedish Parliament, and by the British Government to explain policies.
Whiteboard animation is increasingly common in marketing, business presentations, teaching and video production.
VideoScribe has sold in 135 countries, not including app sales.
In 2013, VideoScribe won a Marketing on Mobile Award (MOMA) for best business-to-business app.
The software has appeared on Mashable, Inc., WPTV, MailOnline, ITV and the BBC.
In its 2013 review, BBC Click called VideoScribe a “fresh and modern style of animation”.