Added on 24 August 2014
A great little animated piece about animation itself. The 12 basic principles of animation were developed by the ‘old men’ of Walt Disney Studios, amongst them Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, during the 1930s. Of course they weren’t old men at the time, but young men who were at the forefront of exciting discoveries that […]Continue Reading
No fancy animations or transitions in this video from Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) that shows with a simple animated graph how atmospheric CO2 levels have changed through time. Simple, but impactful.Continue Reading
I created this short animated video public service announcement to promote the health benefits of walking. Original post with transcript on Digital Splash Media. I’ve also written a couple of blog posts sharing the behind the scenes process of creating this video: Behind the Scenes: Visuals Ideation & Storyboard Behind the Scenes: Creating Illustrations & […]Continue Reading
When it comes to our bodies, data abounds. Unfortunately, the availability of data and the ability to use it to make effective decisions are not the same thing. More often than not, the information we receive about our health is difficult to understand and, as a result, nearly impossible to act on. Through Visualizing Health, […]Continue Reading
An Engineering Manifesto by the first man on the moon. “Science is about what is. Engineering is about what CAN be.” From “The Engineering Century”, delivered at the National Press Club on February 22, 2000. Audio used with kind permission from the NPC and C-SPAN. Animated by Jorge Cham http://jorgecham.com Produced by PHD TV, Allison […]Continue Reading
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