LinkedIn – Animation For Development

On May 17, 2011, in Animation, Issues, by Headspectre

Put your awesome ninja animation skills to some good use. The Animation For Development Network on LinkedIn aims to connect skilled animation visual communicators with people working in development around the world.  As described below, this is for skilled communicators and will challenge your ability to design and execute finely judged appropriate content. Read the Group description below…

The Animation for Development Network offers a specific invitation to Animators and Development professionals to work together to supply better quality visuals materials that can be digitally screened on a number of devices from TV’s to Tablets, Computers and Mobile phones. The invitation includes working animators and teachers of the craft, BUT the work produced must be ‘Ergonomic’ in the sense that it makes it more comfortable for the viewer to understand clearly the development or social message that it conveys. This mean a high degree of skill is required to make the message clear. The invite is specific also to Health and Development specialists to share the current issues that need popularising BUT it requires them to articulate precisely the preventative message or the instruction they feel needs to be shared or understood more widely. As development professionals they are in the best position to identify the multitude of small measures that can be taken by new parents to protect their children and themselves in environments that up until now have been isolated from new visual technologies. A new era is approaching were mobile health workers will carry tablets cable of showing high quality film and animation. This network is challenging two disciplines to think in advance of the issues that need explaining with more clarity and to produce some samples that will set new standards in health education and development communication.

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