Thursday, June 12, 2014

Supply & Demand

One of the first examples of motion graphics I can remember seeing was the Credit Crisis Visualized by the New Mediators. Since then, we've seen (and created) loads of animations that try to explain complicated processes or concepts in a simple and obvious way.

In this example I really like the setting (a giant living room wall with a bunch of family photographs), as opposed to the sort of ambiguous animated aether. I also dig the combination of 2D and 3D elements. I don't really know if it explains the topic super well but I do think it's a cool way to get people interested in the field as it relates to courses at the University of Phoenix.

What does everyone else think about this one?

PHOENIX University : Supply & Demand from Cyril Izarn on Vimeo.

1 comment:

  1. I like giving the animation a place to live, that way there are departures and returns. There are also points of familiarity as opposed to barrage of new images. It was really tight and a good job at explaining something kind of complex. Although I have yet to see something explained that is to the level of complexity we often times face.