- 01Data snapshots - often video clips - cut through to the evidence and the meaning in a fast and exciting way
- 02Audiences are drawn to creative, dynamic data visualisations and are more likely to share them over static charts or traditional factbox formats
- 03Holds longevity, whether you’re broadcasting history through an evergreen subject or dynamic snapshots that continue to engage returning audiences
Collectively and individually infogr8 have brought a wealth of knowledge about how we interpret and showcase the rich data we have in interesting & innovative ways, enabling us to communicate with our user base in a much deeper way. They are clearly very passionate about the service they provide and this is demonstrated in the level of detail provided in proposals & throughout campaigns, often delivering above & beyond the brief requirements.
Related Case Studies
infogr8 | How Uber took over a city
An animated video of an infographic could be made with editing softwares such as Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere. There are more specialised tools where you can input the data such as Flourish and Tableau.
A bar chart is an easy way to compare data. When animated, it becomes an effective and engaging way to show how data changes over time.
Examples of infographic videos are How Uber took over a city (https://infogr8.com/our-work/infogr8-how-uber-took-over-a-city/) and Spotify early song usage consumption patterns (https://infogr8.com/our-work/spotify/).