Tag Archives: animation

Stylish use of long scroll for learning content

Screen Shot 2015-06-07 at 09.41.59

Journey to the Centre of the Earth

How far would you have to travel to reach the Earth’s core? And what would you see along the way? Discover what lies beneath…

Really stylish example of long scroll to deliver learning content. Via BBC

Neat example of product explainer

Screen Shot 2014-09-07 at 10.36.37

Really nice example of a web animated product explainer, using the technique of exploded view drawing, a graphic invention from the renaissance.


A nearly 600 year old approach is used because it does such a good job of telling a story in a simple way.

Nice example of an animated video for learning content


Example tipped by a Welsh friend – cheers Rich! What makes it stand out is its a simple animation that helps to enhance the learning experience. In less than 3 minutes you get an idea of the roll out plans and the various types of connection that are coming.

Source Superfast Cymru

Office Posture Matters: An Animated Guide

This is a great animation by Flikli to raise awareness about the importance of good posture.“Office Posture Matters: An Animated Guide

Bad posture is the sneakiest workplace risk there is. Discover the dangers and learn some simple ways to stay healthy during your daily office life in this video!

Stop Frame Animation – History of Typography

A good story, some scissors and paper and its amazing what can be done. This a great example of a stopframe animation helping to bring a story to life.

Thank you Richard for the pointer.

Educating the audience with a sense of scale.

Screen Shot 2013-04-30 at 08.34.23

Two examples on a similar theme. Using the web to show a sense of scale. I guess it would be nigh on impossible to achieve a similar sense in traditional print media.

Both are beautifully put together and simple in their design.

Screen Shot 2013-04-30 at 08.36.20

Thank you to whitevinyldesign and David Paliwoda

Animated Videos in eLearning

I like this style of informative video, so investigated a couple of ways of making something similar. Not got round to trying it yet, but these tools are the best I can find. Please share if you know of better.

Thank you Chaos Collective; Click Here. and Powtoon; Click Here.