Research Animations: Put Down the Baby Care Books


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The Savage and Gray Design Ltd animation studio produced this baby care animation for Swansea University College of Human and Health Sciences. It explains that a ‘good baby’ is a perception held by our society that babies should act in a certain way, and that some baby care books take advantage of this by suggesting parents should encourage strict routines for breastfeeding and sleep.

Arts Animation Cardiff
Arts Council for Wales – ‘The Arts Matter’ Animation

An animated campaign developed for English and Welsh speakers.

Swansea University – Baby Sleep Animation

Swansea University had some great research on the sleep patterns of babies to share with the World. We used kinetic type animation to get their message seen.

Corporate animations
Cardiff Bus: A To B

Are you a smart-phoning supa-shoppa, old-school octopus, iff-bearing bear or loose-shrapnel metaller?

Research Animations: How to help support a breastfeeding mum

Swansea University asked over 1000 mums what helped to create a supportive environment for them to breastfeed more easily in.

animation studios
Days Contract Hire

Animated explainer video of the Terms & Conditions and Hire returns process.

Cardiff Metropolitan University Animation

A dynamic, fun and informative animated explainer video to introduce potential overseas students to the university.

Explainer Video: National Assembly for Wales Animation

Personality, emotion, expression and gesture wrapped in a simple, successful explainer video.

corporate video production
St John Wales Corporate Video Production

On Every Street: An animation video.
A first aider on every street in Wales? That’s the challenge St john Cymru have set themselves.
Our corporate video production service tell the story in style.

Dementia Care Animation: How to Combat the Loneliness of Dementia
Animation: Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

A fun and informative explainer animation for Health Board staff and key decision makers.

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