“Purposeful storytelling isn’t show business, it’s good business.”
–Peter Guber, CEO of Mandalay Entertainment, entrepreneur, educator
PROJECT: Product Animation
SolarWind Canada innovates in the alternative energy sector, with a revolutionary Wind Turbine, high efficiency solar panels and software to manage your MicroGrid.
PROJECT: Kurrent Product Teaser
Efficient Drivetrains produces an extensive line of commercial electric drivetrain configurations. With a new adaption to a consumer vehicle platform, EDI wanted to tease their investors while exposing the technology inside.
PROJECT: TV Commercials
AllU.S. Credit Union is a small local credit union that provides financial services to both a local and wide-area marketplace. We have produced a long line of low-priced video commercials for both their T.V. and online presence, many of which have included full or partial animation.
PROJECT: ELM project overview animation
NetApp is often challenged by the need to present their products, but as we all know, software concepts are hard to take pictures of. We can take tough ideas to visualize and turn them into animated stories.
PROJECT: TV Commercial: 15 and 30 second versions.
With the popularity of 3d character animation, Williams Roofing wanted a commercial that would introduce a bit of humor to their business of roofing.
CLIENT: All U.S. Credit Union
PROJECT: AllUS wanted a simple, colorful animation without audio for their in-branch video wall. They wanted it broken into short vignettes so they could add or remove components, and they also wanted a TV commercial and content for their ATMs to match. Their campaign was a wild success!
CLIENT: The Formula
PROJECT: This financial services organization wanted a clean and simple animation to describe their product and service.
CLIENT: Phoenix Contact
PROJECT: We did a series of video animations to outline their various industrial products. This one spoofed the T.V. series “Six Million Dollar Man”.
CLIENT: Efficient Drivetrains
PROJECT: EDI found they were getting a lot of questions about what the different electric drive modes were. To alleviate that, we produced an animation for tradeshow booth playback (no audio desired).