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Whether you're looking for freelance motion design work or a full-time position, finding motion design jobs can be tough, even at the best of times.Read more →
A great motion design proposal can make all the difference when landing new clients. A well crafted proposal, or motion design project plan, is your first real opportunity to impress your client and showcase your vision for their project.Read more →
At the start of any new motion design project it’s vital to establish both what the client wants to get across in the animation, and the overall scope of the work you’ll be doing.Read more →
The script stage of an animated explainer video project is perhaps the most vital. It’s the script that contains the key information being conveyed, and done well, it helps drive the visuals of the animation too.Read more →
Every motion design project should begin with a clear and concise statement of work - a simple document that sets out in writing exactly what is going to be done, and what will be delivered along the way.Read more →
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