July 18th, 2011
Motion Graphics

Really great Motion Graphics piece by Patrick Clair.

An infographic dissecting the nature and ramifications of Stuxnet, the first weapon made entirely out of code.


May 5th, 2011
Branding Books

Push Pop Press is a new publishing platform for iOS devices. It helps users develop books rich and deep in content, full of text, images, interactive graphics, sound and touch. It makes publishing easy to do, the user does not need to have knowledge of coding and software development. The first title to take advantage of the Push Pop Press software is Al Gore’s “Our Choice”, the sequel to An Inconvenient Truth.

Push Pop Press is a new brand which aims to bring a new dimension to the e-book platform, adding high-end graphics to the largely unadorned text. They will come up against some big name brand competition also, such as Adobe, who have a huge percent of the e-book and magazine platform. This new way of branding and creating books looks great. Full of interactivity and fun I am sure Push Pop Press will take off in a big way. Watch out for more titles on their website here: http://pushpoppress.com/

Buy it from iTunes here: http://itunes.apple.com

Found via Twitter: @movingbrands @wired
Also on the website: http://www.wired.com


October 26th, 2010
turn over a new leaf. motion graphics

This motion graphics animation was created to persuade Californians to vote yes on proposition 19. The state of California may be making the sale and taxation of cannabis legal, supported by the CO2 extraction technology and the like. In times of recession and great debt on the economy many states and countries start to look for extra ways of taxing the population. By designing these new tax routes they hope to reduce their debt. Is this really a good idea or simply a reaction to debt which they can not see any other way of getting out of. Would the Government of the United Kingdom ever take such measures, how would this affect people in Birmingham?

It is a very nice motion graphics piece with plenty of nice design throughout. This graphics piece was created by the design studio I shot Him Because I loved Him, Damn Him. They are a San Francisco based design agency, check out their web site here: http://ishothim.com


September 15th, 2010
making future magic

Nice typography design using light from an iPad. Nice creative idea.


July 15th, 2010
waiting for superman

Nice motion graphic piece for the upcoming documentary called, Waiting For Superman. Really nice smooth transitions, tell us how America can improve its education sector. Created by the people at Buck.


April 30th, 2010
things i never want to see

I have never seen, and I never want to see ’2 girls 1 cup’. This is a nice visual reaction infographic though, recording both noise level and movement.


April 10th, 2010
michael deal, charting the beatles

Great info graphics from Michael Deal. View more here.

These were done as part of the project Charting The Beatles.


April 3rd, 2010
distribution of food. motion graphics.

Nice info graphic here about the distribution of food and wealth. This type of motion design is all over the web right now, but this one is informative.

Check out the web site here.


March 10th, 2010
google. motion graphic design.

Nice motion graphic piece here about ‘the evils’ of google. It is on youtube a google owned product.

I for one am fine with having a one stop shop for everything I might need. There are other products out there to rival google and there always will be.


March 2nd, 2010
internet info graphics

Nice video showing internet use and trends. Great use of animated info-graphics.


February 26th, 2010
twitter spectrum. social media graphics

Put two random words into Twitter spectrum and see what they are most related to. The word white is mostly associated with house. Its a nice and simple and you get an info-graphic of the words you were looking for. Could this be used for search engine optimisation (seo) for web sites and web designers?

Check out the web site here: http://www.neoformix.com/Projects/TwitterSpectrum/TwitterSpectrum.html