From day one we’ll work closely with you to help identify your goals as well as pinpoint your particular needs and audience considerations.
Whether your intention is to raise brand awareness or to launch a new product our animated infographics are designed to open eyes and create the wow factor.
We initially request that you send us a brief, detailing all facts, figures and statistics relating to the infographic. This allows us to begin brainstorming ideas. The brainstorming process allows us to create a concept to hinge the infographic on. We then concentrate on sketching out our initial design ideas. The planning and preparation stage normally lasts several days and goes through a period of development before we reach a sign-off stage.
We then start the process of digitising our sketch work by adding illustration and/or photography depending on the concept. The final stage involves us animating the key areas of the infographic. We use the latest software, technology and techniques to make the user experience as immersive as possible.
Infographics are a visually compelling communication medium that, done well, communicates your data in an engaging manner.
Infographics should be considered as part of a suite of marketing collateral to help promote a particular product or service. Done well they have the potential to go viral and attract large audiences. They are incredibly useful as a tool to visualise compelling data in a fun and interactive manner.
An animated infographic that contains insightful facts and figures is a great way to advertise a new product or service. Showing your audience what you have to offer using graphical content and animation can be far more effective than paragraphs of text.
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