Animation services to benefit your brand
Author: Jacqui Vear
10th December 2020
Animation services for businesses
Bring your communications to life using our bespoke business animation services to make your brand messages move! Explainer animations are memorable, distinctive and quickly communicate lots of information. There are many different types of animations for business that you could benefit from, here’s the lowdown Systematic have to offer:
2D explainer animations for business
2D explainer videos are a short business animation service we offer, animations are usually one to two minutes long. They tend to explain a company’s services, products or help grow brand awareness.
2D explainer animations can combine video footage, sound and motion graphics; they are often shared across social media platforms, placed onto website pages, landing pages and YouTube. These animations they can vary in size depending on what platform they are primarily intended for.
Social media animations
Social media animations and animated GIFs tend to be short and catchy. They are an engaging way to share important updates and insightful news. They can also be used to raise brand awareness, increase engagement or to provide a teaser for a new product or service launch!
For added brand reinforcement, short animated GIFS are great for placing in email marketing campaigns that run alongside social media activity. The more marketing channels you use your animations on, the better digital impressions and reach you’ll achieve for your brand! Let’s help engage your social audience with our animation services…
Motion graphics & animated logos
Motion graphics and animated logos combine vector graphics, typography and icons. They can add motion and personality to your brand when applied to logos, website content with animated GIFs and at the start or end of video content. We use creative motion graphics within our business animation services to add personality to your brand and make things pop!
The animation service process
Our business animation service begins with understanding your objectives including, who you want to connect with, what message you want your audience to be left with and how long the animation should be. Things like script development, voiceovers and music will also be options to consider.
Working with your drafted script and researching your brand style, our animators and Graphic Design Team will create visual storyboard concepts. Once the storyboard is approved, the drawings will be turned into vector graphics ready for producing the 2D animation. The whole process, (depending on the length of the animation), usually takes two to four weeks. As your video is brought to life, we provide you with the video files ready for you to launch your production!
Let us know the animated message that you’re looking to share! Here’s more information about our other Creative Services.
10 benefits of animation services
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