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Learn animation at jelly’s Motion Academy

This May, jelly London will be launching a series of exciting, interactive animation workshops aimed to inspire, educate and motivate the next generation of producers. Motion Academy will take place at jelly's HQ in the heart of Fitzrovia, giving...

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Focal Point: Challenging perspectives with TAVO Studio

Having worked with clients such as Nike, MTV and Ford, TAVO Studio are well known across Europe for their eye-dazzling graphics that effortlessly play with perspectives, forms and fluids to deliver award winning campaigns. The Madrid-based studio...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Features

5 minutes with... Luke Taylor - Us

"Us is a multi-disciplinary design and direction studio, whose work covers brand identity, printed literature, advertising, motion, installations & web. We believe that projects should stem from good ideas no matter how big or small. In their studio...

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Features

5 minutes with... James Temple - R/GA

Tell us what you do for a living and who you work for? I'm the Executive Creative Director at R/GA in London. With the team, I create digital experiences. What does that involve? Leading, Learning, Understanding, Inspiring and Executing. I'm...

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The science of being humankind.

Being kind has measurable positive effects on health, wellbeing, and relationships - it’s science. It’s way too easy to get caught up in the day-to-day stresses of a busy and full life these days. But for this years ‘World Kindness Day’,...

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Avoiding papercuts with A+C stop-motion studios | #CompanySpotlight

A+C are specialists in stop-motion and animation for advertising and social content that can produce anything from paper-craft to motion design. For over 15 years, they’ve been creating award-winning work for some of the world’s...

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Industry

The motion designer that's also a Glastonbury VJ | #MemberSpotlight

A senior motion and digital designer with over 10 years of experience in the industry, Nor Mira Canales is a man loaded with total dedication and passion for what he does. From brief to render, he takes care of every part of the process and is also...

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Workshop

How much should I charge as a freelance motion graphics designer?

As creative filmmakers and video producers expand both their imaginations and their budgets for impressive technology and design, skilled motion graphics designers are essential. Motion graphics designers, sometimes just called motion designers,...

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Top 10 most exciting motion graphics designers on Creativepool

Motion graphics design, also known as just motion design or "MoGraph" if you’re of a certain persuasion, can be considered a major growth area of graphic design. Improvements in technology and software combined with a massive increase in the...

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How to hire a great motion graphics designer

The profession of motion graphics design is relatively new on the design front. Technology-enabled design professions are growing. And there are so many different types of designers out there, it’s tricky to keep them all straight! There are...

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Industry

Shining the #MemberSpotlight on "that motion guy” George Hurrell

While he is more often than not simply referred to as "That motion guy", George Hurrell is actually a motion and animation specialist with a background in visual communication and design. With over 15 years of studio experience working...

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Inspiration

The Destiny of a Motion Graphics Designer - #MemberSpotlight

Some things in life, you just know. You know if you want to be a chef or an astronaut. You know if you want to be creative or do anything else. It may sound cheesy, but once creative, always creative is quite a good mantra - if you start creating for...

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Aiming for the stars with motion designer Matt 'Mograph' Richings

You either wait for luck to happen, or you go and make it happen yourself. Motion graphics designer Matt 'Mograph' Richings belongs more to the second group: headhunted by an Adam&EveDDB senior creative at a networking event, Matt has always created...

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The motion aptitude of Giuseppe Forestieri

Most of the creative professionals we speak with prefer going with the flow when working on a brief. Not Giuseppe Forestieri. Giuseppe is a freelance motion designer and has been one for almost 2 years, after half a decade working full time in...

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Leaders

Design in Motion Festival takes over Amsterdam Centraal Station

The Design in Motion (DEMO) Festival will take over the Netherlands' largest train station, Amsterdam Centraal for 24 hours this week by showcasing some of the best work in the space on 7 November. The city's biggest public transport spot welcomes...

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Leaders

How it was done: Going Full Circle with motion control

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, Digitas, UNIT9 and Envy Advertising recently created a powerful promo called Full Circle. The ad is centred around the first black female astronaut, Mae Jemison, and promotes The John...

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Leaders

WPP's Landor takes hold of the stakes in top motion studio: ManvsMachine

Landor, the WPP-owned strategic brand consulting and design firm, has acquired a majority stake in multi award-winning motion design studio, ManvsMachine. ManvsMachine was founded in London by designers Mike Alderson and Tim Swift and has worked on a...

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Leaders

Amazing In Motion: The new Lexus Hoverboard

Back to the Future 2 promised much of 2015. It promised us self-tying shoelaces, flying cars, 19 Jaws films, and hoverboards, neither of which have materialised in the public realm at the time of writing. This could all be set to change though,...

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Leaders

When Stop Motion met 3D Printing

Whilst 3D printing technology is a relatively modern concept, stop motion animation has been around for decades. Who would have thought then, that the two would fit together so effortlessly? Of course, when you look at it logistically, it's obvious...

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Features

Spotlight - Mario Veltri - Motion Designer

‘Art needs love, dedication and constance' Describe your work in one sentence. I transform ideas in images and projects in Art. What's the most important thing you've learnt in your line of work? -Team working. With a group that believes in...

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Features

Spotlight - David Chaudoir - Motion Designer

Don't know it all - ask questions. Describe your work in one sentence. Design in motion. What's the most important thing you've learnt in your line of work? Everything is temporary, style, fashion, who's hot and who's not. Get paid for...

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Inspiration

10 awesome stop motion videos

Stop-motion clips seem to popping up all over the place at the moment. With the popularity soaring for this fantastic technique, the bar has really been raised for the standard of clips. From individual projects to all the way to company adverts,...

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Inspiration

#MemberSpotlight on animator Fran Power

How did you first get into the industry? I first worked straight after college on an animated short film, as a junior 3D animator, through two of my teachers in my Animation course in Dun Laoghaire, Dublin. Then from there I started working with a...

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Features

ManVsMachine – Will AI Take My Job as an Animator? #PurposeMonth

It was one of those eventualities we all saw on the horizon, but we didn’t think it would creep up on us all so fast. AI has not just changed the playing field for copywriters and designers; it’s slowly seeping into the world of animation...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns

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