Animation & graphic illustration for websites, exhibitions, e-mails, newsletters, videos online adverts & presentations. Examples:
Animation of still photos to simulate a video clip movement for Dolav
Dolav DFLC Folding Box Pallet animated to show ‘video-like’ display from still photos and used in e-mail ‘signatures’ and an e-newscast/e-blast seen here.
Animation is useful in several communication channels especially on: –
Websites, exhibition stand display screens, e-mail signatures, broadcast e-mails (e.g. MailChimp or similar), online digital newsletters, online magazine display advertisements, banners, skyscrapers and buttons, in video clips or as video clips, in PowerPoint or other slideshow presentations.
Animation can enable attention-grabbing movement and change using either still photos and/or graphics, especially where there is no filmed video footage available. Importantly, animation can communicate in seconds.
Animation for Dolav to illustrate product benefits vs. an alternative
– with no words – to work globally for all languages and all countries.
In the high-speed cool chain sector, businesses recognise the benefits illustrated, of non-insulated plastic pallet boxes in place of insulated boxes. For Dolav (globally/worldwide) at www.dolav.com
Animation can leave strong, lasting impressions faster than reading words.
We often use .gif files for animated as they work well in almost all cases and are used on websites worldwide. Albeit early web technology, the animated gif is in use and working successfully on numerous websites globally.
Web banner for Dolav UK for IMHX/RTITB showing colour coding choices
More info at: http://uk.dolav-news.com
Static diagrams to illustrate Geotech gas analyser with IR or laser diodes