Oxford University Press

geog.123

We created 13 animations for Oxford University Press’ (OUP) geog.123 series which provides support for KS3 geography teaching.

Working closely with OUP’s editors, we developed animations adopting an infographic style for a range of subjects such as, Why does the Thames flood? What do we know about Africa today? What’s so great about Djibouti’s location? How is earth changing? and How do waves shape the coastline?

Video clips are combined with the animation to provide real life examples to the subject matter. Produced using Flash and After Effects the animations are accessible via Kerboodle.

geog.123 on Kerboodle


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We’ve been doing this for 20 years, working with clients like BBC, Cambridge University Press, Oxford Universty Press, Medical Aid Films and Friend. Your animation projects will be in good hands with Alternative View Studios.

Call us on 020 8374 4760 or email on animation@avstudios.com

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