Here are some examples of our work across the range of product types we offer, from some true old-skool whiteboard animations to the more diverse styles of animated explainer videos and Animated Infographics. We have also thrown in some Special Commissions for your added viewing pleasure. For further insight into our long-term collaborations, be sure to also check out our work with The RSA, TED and BBC.
Extra Narrative Projects
We worked with the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families to create a whiteboard animation that introduces the CASCADE framework to mental health and education professionals.
We created this whiteboard animation for WeTransfer to showcase their dedication to creativity, which informs everything they do.
We worked with The Karyn Purvis Institute, Cynthia Hall and the Texas Christian University to create this film, raising awareness about the impact of toxic stress on children.
Translating the work of Professor Stephen Hawking into whiteboard explainer films has been one of our greatest challenges. On two occasions we have been lucky enough to turn the theories of this great man into films.
Working with Urban Mining Company we created an explainer film that highlights the the amount of electronic waste we create, and the way the Urban Mining Company are recycling this into the technology that drives us forward.
E-Therapeutics are an Oxford, UK-based company with a unique and powerful computer-based drug discovery platform and a specialised approach to network biology. They wanted us to make them a video that describes how their network-driven drug discovery ("NDD") methodology allows them to discover new and better drugs in a more efficient and effective way.
One hundred years after women won the right to vote, Scarlett Moffatt tells the story of the suffragettes.
Learn about how our interconnected relationship with forests benefits us and the world around us.
Working with Cynthia Hall and the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development at the Texas Christian University (TCU) we created a film to look at the role of secure attachment in children and the way TBRI® can help build this.
From prejudice to pride, the story of how gay sex was de-criminalised is a story of double-lives, suicides and brave fights.
Lion Capital brands, customers and employees come alive in this film to explore what happens when investment science meets brand artistry.
From its inception, eBay has been contributing to the creation of a less linear model of consumption, the circular economy.
With people living longer that ever before and not saving enough for their later years, is retirement headed for an uncertain future? Money Box explores whether retirement is a thing of the past.
Find out how Heathrow, one of the busiest airports on the planet, co-ordinates 650 flight arrivals a day in our short explainer video.
Professor Mary King describes how the song became a symbol of hope.
In an age of ‘casino banking’ and irresponsible lending, it's never been more important to return to a system of mutual trust. CSBA believe in rebuilding customer-owned, local banking for Britain.
We worked with the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development and Cynthia Hall to bring TBRI® to the screen and share its vital message about children, trauma and recovery.
Are you a slave to data, or are you the ruler of your digital empire?
What will be the future of Humanity? In this short film for Radio 4, historian and author of the international bestseller Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, Yuval Noah Harari makes a prediction
What do you do when faced with a serious medical diagnosis?
TE Connectivity celebrated 75 years of connecting the world with this film showcasing both their history and the way they are shaping today and tomorrow.
Why do Americans love their flag so much? Adam Smith Senior Lecturer in History at UCL, tells the story of The Stars and Stripes and explains how it became ‘an incredibly emotional symbol of a nation’.
The Shipping Forecast is not just an essential guide to weather conditions and visibility for the seas around Great Britain, but a poetic ode to the sea and its potential dangers
What is the number one piece of music that the public would take with them if they were to be marooned on a desert island? Watch this film about Vaughan Williams’ ‘The Lark Ascending’
Essential Message Projects
For over 30 years EQ-5D has been used to measure people’s quality of life. It covers essential areas of our lives including mobility, selfcare and depression, providing vital insights into medical trials and the ways medical conditions affect people.
The Gambling Commission asked us to create a whiteboard animation explaining to staff working in the gambling sector the new ‘customer interaction’ framework and how to apply it.
The Cares Family came to us to create a whiteboard animation encapsulating their community ethos and their activities connecting young and old.
Working with Hill Holiday and Janssen Pharmaceuticals we had to bring the serious and detailed subjects of CAD and PAD to life through whiteboard animation.
AI is a big and growing part of our lives, but it isn’t new. It enables a range of functions, and as this range grows it is raising questions about the future of AI in society. This Whiteboard Animation for The Royal Society explores the subject.
The North American Forest Partnership asked us to supercharge their story. We created a whiteboard animation explainer film to help them bring forests into our future cities and prompt debate.
American non-profit organisation Bellwether Education Partners asked us to create an explainer film to raise awareness about school transportation, it’s struggles and their solutions.
American based health platform InTouch Health asked us to create an explainer video to show medical professionals the power of Enterprise 2.0, and the way it can bring them closer to their patients.
Find out how Barts Health NHS Trust lowers their impact on the environment and delivers better patient care through Sustainability.
How does life get ‘under your skin’?
Not all teachers in the United States are covered by Social Security– here’s why.
Combat stress, anxiety and depression with ‘Positive Mental Training’.
What is Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) and how can it benefit marine environments and those who use them?
Are you drinking too much? Our short explainer video for Alcoholics Anonymous asks some pertinent questions so that young people can check their relationship with alcohol.
How can companies keep up with the constantly changing legal landscape of international laws and regulations?
Migration to and from Britain is currently a hot political topic, but is it really anything new?
Want to protect yourself and others from air pollution?
Because much of the Red Cross/Red Crescent Movement’s work is in war zones and areas of extreme danger, it is vital that their staff and volunteers are aware of how to stay safe.
Looking for a new way to invest your money? This film explains the Innovative Finance ISA in a fun, easy to understand way.
International partnerships are essential to the UK’s success in research, but none is more fruitful than the UK/US partnership.
What are the Liberal Arts and why should you study them at the University of Essex?
The world is in a constant state of flux, with wars and repressive regimes creating an ongoing refugee crisis.
Should we follow the herd when it comes to investing?
Discover how PISA testing helps to shape education reform in participating countries.
Recalling Sir Henry Royce’s dictum ‘strive for perfection in everything’, this film highlights the core values of Rolls Royce.
What’s the difference between a tame problem and a wicked problem?
The Royal Society approached us to make a whiteboard animation after applications to their University Research Fellowships highlighted a staggering gender imbalance.
Animated Infographic Projects
Since 1934 The British Council have made a contribution to the UK and over 100 other countries. As part of their mission they have created a web content series with Soho Impact called ‘Creativity in the Digital Age’.
BlueVolt give businesses the tools to train their staff through their in-depth e-learning system, allowing businesses to grow and develop.
We worked with the University of Exeter to create a whiteboard animation showcasing their new Education Incubator and the ways they are going to use it to revolutionise education.
15Five are all about continuous performance and the development of staff. They came to us so we could help them spread the word about the power of new performance management paradigms.
EEF asked us to create an explainer film that challenged misconceptions about the UK manufacturing industry, while also calling on the UK public to discuss and submit ideas about how to boost the sector even further.
Oxford Brookes University asked us to create an explainer video about their I.T strategy. They have created a strategy with strong foundations and an eye on innovation to empower staff and students to be the best they can be.
Canongate Books commissioned us to make a few short films and illustrations for Dan Pink’ s new book ‘When: the scientific secrets of perfect timing’
Octopus Communities are a network of community centres that have been connecting communities for 20 years. We created an explainer film about them and their work using our whiteboard style for their members and funders.
Our legal services sector is one of the UK’s greatest exports and is worth £24 billion to the UK economy every year. We were asked by the Ministry of Justice to create an explainer video to put the 'Legal Services are Great' campaign messages into an engaging and internationally accessible visual.
Showcasing six shortlisted titles for 2017’s Man Booker International Prize.
A look at the diverse ownership, management and stewardship of North America’s forests.
This film introduces the concept of Universal Basic Income as a means of underpinning society and taking away the financial insecurity that many people feel today.
Much of the mercury in our bodies comes from eating fish – but how does it get there in the first place?
Find out how the Creative Foundation sees Folkestone as much more than just another seaside town.
What would you do if one morning your life was turned upside down by conflict or the repressive regime of your country?
'Special Commissions' are projects that don't neatly fit into one of our three animated product categories. They are either longer-form pieces which require more time to capture the huge scope of the content, whether that be the entire history of the computer, an exploration of the Nativity for BBC Radio 2, or two mind bending BBC Radio 4 Reith lectures on Black Holes for Professor Stephen Hawking.
We had the honour of creating a mural for the Rawthmells Coffeehouse, the RSA’s 21st century enlightenment coffeehouse in London. The mural documents the rich history of the RSA.
We made two films for sports psychologist Damian Hughes and Pan Macmillan for Damian’s new book The Barcelona Way. In the book, Damian reveals the key principles that have defined FC Barcelona’s success showing how the DNA of a winning team can be successfully applied to any working environment, with dramatic results.
In ‘Changes to Computer Thinking’, Stephen Fry takes us on a rollercoaster ride from the invention of the abacus, through to modern cloud computing.
For Christmas 2015 we created an animated Christmas animation based on the Nativity story and voiced by some of BBC Radio 2’s most popular presenters
Each year, the BBC invites a leading figure to give a series of lectures and in 2015, Professor Stephen Hawking delivered two lectures on the nature of black holes.
This explainer video for the BBC 6 O’Clock News was made in 2016 just before the EU referendum in the UK and explains how the EU works and how it operates.
We worked with Pfizer to create a series of illustrations presenting various aspects of the digital health story, primed for print and online usage.
A collaboration between an inspirational thinker (Damian Hughes) and a visual thinker (Andrew Park),
Find out how we worked with this independent publisher to create illustrations for ‘Ideas In Profile’, a series of books that would serve as world class introductions to subjects such as politics, theatre and art history.