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6 things you should know about our Animator Will Chappell

The making of…

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Welcome Jamie Thodesen and his 3D awesomeness to the creative team

Graphic Designer | Live Events

Graphic Design Intern wanted




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Bespoke social media wall in partnership with Lux Technical

Our brand spanking new social media wall that we like to call ‘Sosha’ had its first outing at the Trust Women Conference on the 17-18th November at the Landmark Hotel London.

Developed from the ground up, we were commissioned by Lux Technical’s Jamie Mangan to design & build not just another ugly stock twitter wall, but one that felt truly integrated into the design and feel of the event.

Packed full of highly respected delegates and journalists, the ‘chatter’ around each session was reflected in the fully moderated content on wall, making it the perfect platform for live debate and engaging the audience with the issues of the day; #moderndayslavery #humantrafficing #supplychains #sexism #syria #isis #changemaking
There’s no wonder the event was punching at #5 in LDN on twitter on the first day!

As per brief the screen perfectly complemented the set and event space, visualising a live feed of questions, comments and images really helped to digest the poignant (and often very emotional) keynotes heard throughout the two days.

We’re really excited about the potential of ‘Sosha particularly in a serious context (though we think it will be great for social gatherings and party frolics too!)

If you’d like a bespoke, beautiful and well-considered social media wall for an event please contact:


The Amazon Running store

Working directly with Amazon, First Image created a body of work to promote the new online Amazon Running Store. The campaign was launched to help users find their perfect running shoe. Starting with an interactive video animation we began by sketching out a flow chart to guide users to their ideal running shoe. “It felt right to create a central character that the user could relate to and follow throughout the selection process” explains Jane at First Image.


“We played around with character styles and explored sporting trends. We developed a male and female character who would run through a number of scenarios depending on the users options. The team also spent a lot of time researching running cycles and how we could bring some realism to our characters”. The interactive video links the user back to the Amazon online store and their perfect shoe.

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As part of the wider campaign we also produced a series of animated gifs for their social channels showcasing statistics captured by running app Strava. “Faced with the challenge of making quick informative graphics with a small file size, we set about creating simple graphic animations with a sporty feel” describes Lisa at First Image. These are updated on a monthly basis and translated into five languages. 



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