ADS & SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING
Social Media Ad - Rogers Vicinity
Social Media Infographic - Rogers Vicinity
Social Media Infographic - Rogers Vicinity
Email Newsletter Design - Rogers Vicinity
Social Media Infographic - Innovatia
Bus Ad - The Centre
Billboard Ad - The Centre
City Hall Ad - The Centre
City Hall Ad - The Centre
Social Media Carousel Ad - Rogers Vicinity
SOCIAL MEDIA VIDEOS & ANIMATION

Animated Tip Video

A co-worker and I worked on this collaboratively. She wrote the scripts and I came up with the concept for the animation and did the animated of the script. A series of these were created to help engage a younger audience.

New Logo Reveal

As part of the new brand launch for Centre for Skills Development, I created an animated video to reveal the new logo and website address. I wanted this to be quick and easy to really hit home the new logo and what it represented.

Research Conclusion

A joint research project with Centre for Skills Development, I turned the results of the study into a fast paced video so it would be more appealing for 
people to review.

Every Step Ad

An ad that showcases the 4 different branches of Centre for Skills Development in a fun and modern way. I designed characters to match the logo that would be used in different ads. The characters can be animated in a variety of ways and situations to give examples of a the services offered.

Skilled Trades Ad

This is an ad to promote a course for skilled trades. A Canadian theme was used and I used the graphic of the Canadian flag as an element to take the viewer through the ad.

Skilled Trades Ad

This is an ad to promote a skilled trades course for females only. It needed to be short and eye catching so I used a "gif" style animation.

Skilled Trades Ad

This is an ad to promote a skilled trades course for all people. It needed to be short and eye catching so I used a "gif" style animation.

Get in Gear Ad

This was part of a longer interview. I cut it into smaller components and added some camera moves and text effects to make the interview a bit more visually interesting.

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