Stephen Waller
Stephen Waller

Motion.

 

Animations

A selection of short animations used for various purposes (promotional pieces, flash banners, web decoration).
Usually made in After Effects or Flash

 
 

Zhuck
Promotional video for an App. For more information, please see the Zhuck case study.

Simpay
A short animated demo to show how a character could look for advertising Simpay's payment methods.

Be Broadband
Animated video advertising their service

Be Broadband
Animated video advertising their service

Cognizant
Animated banner advertising a competition

The NHS
Animated banner advertising their Pregnancy Planner desktop application

 

 
 

Animated Websites

Some former sites I have worked on that had heavy graphic/animation usage. Some were full flash sites, and others were animated components of larger sites.

 
 

Ubuntu
Web page animation describing the Ubuntu One service. Built by Jake Archibald.

The Fat Duck
Experiential page from the Fat Duck, teasing the experience a prospective customer will have when they arrive at the restaurant. Please see the case study for more information.

Telefonica
A promotional website to draw users into Telefonica's Think Big campaign.

Be Broadband
Full flash website promoting the various packages they had on sale.

 

 
 

Prototypes & Applications

A lot of the motion work I do is building visual prototypes for conceptual or real experiences. Again, these are largely created in After Effects and (less so these days) Flash. More functional prototypes that give an idea of how interfaces are ordered can be completed in the likes of InVision, but working in an animated format, these more stylistically individual prototypes are often key ingredients in getting a client to buy in on an idea. Complete with smaller animated moments and bespoke behaviours, they can actually play and interact with the concept as realistically as possible.

 
 

Accenture
Concept website and tool for their Customer Experience package.

Cisco
An early demo showing how a more immersive and interactive environment could differentiate the CLE from its competitors

The NHS
A desktop application created to give expectant parents day-by-day information about their baby, and tips on what to expect and how to stay healthy.

TT International
Demo created to show how the homepage could scroll, speeding up and slowing down as you go.