I've started a Youtube series taking Dribbble posts and turning them into functional HTML/CSS/JS prototypes. I'm trying to improve my screencasting a bit and I just want some honest feedback.
I know that the video is probably too long (~48minutes), I need to enunciate my words a bit more, maybe speak up, and need to cut down on uhs, ands, etc. (forgot the proper terminology for them...).
I know the video is a bit long but maybe ya'll can just watch a short amount and give some constructive criticism.
Here is the video:Youtube Video
- What can I do better?
- 48 minutes is probably too long. Would 30minutes or <45minutes still be acceptable? How long is too long? I don't want to go too fast or cut too much out.
I'm hoping with a little practice I can improve the quality and just my overall ability to make videos/teach others.
PS: Just noticed the "Choose a Badge" switches based on contents of post title which is an amazingly cool detail.