More motion design for The Guardian

Over the past couple of weeks I've been down in London working freelance on some more motion design projects at The Guardian.

This time I worked on a couple of different projects, the first of which was a video detailing what the Ebola virus is, how it's transferred, and what it does to you:

The second video was all about the new Guardian design; it details the various stages of The Guardian's online presence since it launched in 1999.

Take a look at the finished motion design piece on The Guardian website.

The video also made it into a feature on the Fast Co.Design site which provides a decent overview of the new design.

All in all it's been another great couple of weeks, but it's never a solo effort - thanks again to Alex the resident motion designer, and everyone else involved in putting the videos together.

You may also be interested in the previous motion design work I've done whilst freelancing at The Guardian

Oh, and I also had some fun putting this Vine together:

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Rewilding the planet with animation and motion design

We've only got one planet, and right now it needs all the help it can get. Climate change and biodiversity loss are massive challenges that we need to tackle head on.

That's why, for every animation project over £1000 a donation of 2% of the total budget will be made to the World Land Trust, on your behalf.

The money will go towards WLT's "buy an acre" programme; buying up and protecting vital habitats around the world, and helping fight against climate change.

Any projects under £1000 will have a tree planted on your behalf.

Acres saved so far:

Thanks to my wonderful clients and the animations we've produced, enough money has been donated to save around 12 Acres of vital habitats around the world.