Motion graphics offer a tremendously flexible vehicle for delivering information; they can be used to enhance a video, presentations or just as background advertising material.
The videos here are used on rolling slideshows on background screens; they are silent, as these screens rarely have sound and are usually deployed in areas where audio is inappropriate, but there's no technical reason that they couldn't be matched to audio.
The Global Carbon Budget is released at the UNFCCC Conference of the Parties event annually, and is some of the highest impact work I help deliver.
This is a slide for internal use at UEA advertising the Tyndall Centre's annual Assembly. The illustrations were created in Adobe Illustrator, and then assembled in After Effects. The limit for the slide reel was fifteen seconds, so there wasn't a lot of room for further detail.
This was produced in a hurry for a British Science Association event, for use on social media - it's small enough to fit into a twitter format, and the entire cycle is only four seconds long to make it possible to compact it into a gif format. Obviously this is very simple, and the animation a bit rough - I would have added more depth to the lighting and smoothed out some of the motion with a bit of time.