Here are this week's links.
Here’s where we announce passion projects, talk about our business, show sneak peeks of client work, post weekly link roundups, talk design and infographics, celebrate obscure holidays, and share anything else that comes to mind.
Live sketching is a practice that is simple in premise and complex in execution. Learn about the many applications and rewards that yield from practicing the art of live sketching.
Our year-end gifts are like side projects for our team, that act as marketing for the company, and are actually useful (or at least entertaining) for everyone! Here’s a quick tour through the history of Tremendousness’ year-end gifts…
Storyboards help break down project plans, inspire creativity, and establish structure for storytelling. Learn about the different types of storyboards, the process from start to finish, and the importance of following a process if your business is looking into launching an innovative project or producing thought-provoking videos.
The term “visual storytelling” is relatively new, but the concept has been around a long time. Today the term “visual storytelling” is typically used in the context of business communications, journalism, and entertainment, and is associated with a wide range of visual arts.
“A picture is worth a thousand words,” as the old saying goes. While that can be true, it’s still not enough. It’s the purposeful combination of visuals and text, in the form of what is commonly called an infographic, that makes the most powerful tool for learning, marketing, and engagement.
Animation brings stories to life. The best animations combine visual thinking and a powerful narrative into an entertaining, informative video. Combining quality art, motion, sound, and narration help viewers understand complex topics.