Halfway between character animation and infographics, here we're taking a look at Buda.tv's explainer video for the company Gympass.
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Making use of a clean, visual timeline, this month James D took a look at a celebration of TIDE's 75th anniversary.
Rob takes a look at 'Stonewall Forever', a living monument to 50 years of Pride.
Beautifully designed and simple in its execution, this month James D took a closer look at a new medical explainer video from Medical Writers.
Taking inspiration from ancient Greek tales of grandeur told on pottery, agency Block & Tackle created some impactful visuals for History Channel's "The Strongest Man".
Football Moves People hopes to spark conversation around migration and is displayed on billboards and pub screens nationwide.
The Preschool Poets is a series of eight poems composed and performed by preschool-aged kids and interpreted into short films.
This week, Stephen immersed himself in the world of Jon McNaught's print work; specifically his lithography and illustration.
German for "In a nutshell" Kurzgesagt is a YouTube channel and design studio with a unique perspective on design, colour, and storytelling.
In a world of CONTENT™, where no thought is without a meme to extract the funny bits; Tim presents a humble defence of the written word.
With 2020 on the mind, Aidan looked at some powerful social distancing visuals from the renowned master of subtlety Noma Bar.
Rob looks into how developers can add fun to menial tasks; helping people approach mundane situations with a smile and a laugh.
Whilst looking for some inspiration in finding a different way to tell patient stories, James N recently discovered this beautiful example from composer and songwriter, Alan Menken.
With the rise of 3D assets in web design, Jon took the time to see how this Google Design article was given an extra dimension with its punchy visuals.
Today we're taking a look at a wonderful explainer video for the popular calendar and scheduling app from Sync.AI.
This week we're looking at Buck's animated campaign to change the way we look at careers.
Today we're looking at a wonderful animated title sequence for the aptly named series "Epic".
When big video meets big interactions, you know you're going to get a great website; and Cover My Meds doesn't disappoint.