Looking for a visual way to communicate the essence of your story, or project?
Make it visible
A picture is worth a thousand words! A combination of images and text is easier to understand, and the content will be easier to remember. Using images in communication is a smart choice.
Animations are getting more and more popular! Short videos can be very clarifying and easy to understand, and make the message really come across. Since spring 2020, I am learning about animations, and since the fall of 2020, I am offering this service to clients. I like to do projects in collaboration with Animationstudio LIM, but I can also work on my own.
A visual for communication, or animated visual (GIF) is also possible. This is a digital image that through drawings and text, will help communicate the essence of your story or project to your audience (for example co-workers, clients, your network). The visual can support you to tell your story to an audience, or support an online text.
A Visual about multitransitions, for TNO:
The animation below is 3,5 minutes, with a Dutch voice-over. It's about the illness CFS/ME (Cronic Fatigue syndrome), and the Dutch research agenda for CFS/ME. The animation was comissioned by ZonMw, and made in cooperation with Animatiestudio LIM
The next animation is 3 minutes long, with an English speaking voice-over. It's about the Centre for Space, Place and Society (part of Wageningen University, The Netherlands), and what they do.
This animation is 2,5 minutes (about Working remote, and Graphic recording / Remote scribing), with music:
The last example I would like to show you is quite personal... it's an animation I made in january 2019, for my grandmothers funeral, about her life - with music.
(This was my first animation experiment ever, so that's the reason that the pace is still too slow ;))
Animations like this can be a beautiful way to collectively reflect on a loved one's life.
A few other examples of visuals (in Dutch)
Some visuals made in collaboration with "De Betekenaar" (Dutch cooperation of visualizers)
A better quality image can be viewed here (Dropbox)