Category Archives: Toastdigital
Our latest work is another explainer video for Shell – this time detailing how the energy giant believe that natural gas is the most viable answer to bridging the energy gap.
The video infographic journeys through the benefits of natural gas and the many ways that it can be applied, including technological innovation such as drilling techniques and transportation.
Social gaming company Plarium came to ToastDigital for a video infographic to explain who they are and what they do.
Plarium is the second largest hardcore games developer on Facebook, boasting over 12 million active users every month. A huge part of their success has been listening to their gaming community, with who they collaborate to bring the best games to online, social and mobile audiences.
Our job was to create a video that would attract new users to the website, while showing existing members the diverse community they were already part of.
The folks over at videoinfographics.com are featuring our latest video infographic for Wired Magazine this week. Thanks – VideoInfographics.com
Just added: our new Toastdigital showreel, take o a look it contains some of the amazing work we’ve been doing over the past few months.
The treatment and protection of burns is something that hasn’t altered much over the past 100 years. That is until Aluminaid. Toastdigital’s was given the job of creating a video infographic to introduce this innovative medical dressing, which will change the landscape of burn care.
We’re busy working on a video infographic explaining the benefits of adding video to your still infographic, check back soon – it’s going to be super.
It’s always great to have amazing visuals to work with. This video infographic for Odeon blends some stunning filmic backgrounds and dynamic fractured typography.
We’ve finally got round to updating our showreel to include some of the latest video infographics we’ve completed.
A fun piece to be involved with, thanks Hearst. A video infographic journey through the Hearst publication stable.
We’ve been doing some development work for our friends at Titan digital – they own the Transvision screens at all the London mainline stations. Some fun projects in the future hopefully.