What is Previsualization?

Clarity at the Speed of Thought

We understand that trying to build the very best, most successful software application using traditional software requirements methodologies can be a challenging adventure. Using Previsualization from OneSpring, you can experience the success of your project, before you even start it.

Previsualization is a collaborative process that generates preliminary versions of application features, functionality and process flows in a low-resolution format. This approach enables the project stakeholders to more effectively communicate a shared vision and understanding of a project through visual exploration.

NEW VIDEO:

Previs Documentary – Part 1 from Previsualization Society on Vimeo.

Previsualization Samples of Fidelity

Previsualization works in a low-resolution format as seen on the left
and gradually matures to a high-resolution format once the key
components have been agreed upon by the stakeholders

Previsualization or previs further accelerates the benefits of visualization by rapidly bringing clarity and understanding to a project at the foundational stages of definition. As such, the cost and time savings are very significant to the overall planning, management and definition of any project.

Previsualization is widely recognized and used today in the motion picture industry to help facilitate and and accelerate communications in the process of creating multi-million dollar feature films.

Previs Documentary – Part 1 from Previsualization Society on Vimeo.

Watch the movie above to learn how previs helps the motion picture
industry. The same benefits of enhanced communication are also
realized in the software design and definition industry.

With over a year of successful usage on a variety of projects, we have placed previsualization as the baseline of our widely recognized Stream Process™.

Previsualization now plays a pivotal role in delivering unparalleled value to our customers. We believe previs will become equally significant to our highly successful JAM Session

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