When a client offered me the chance to create a screencast video to promote a mobile website hosting editor they were developing for AT&T, I jumped at the chance.
Turns out, the site wasn’t actually up yet–and wouldn’t be until after the video was done. I’d have access to a testing site, where I’d be able to create a few isolated screen-capture clips, but those clips would not be the focus of the video.
Thus began my crash course in motion graphics… and this is what I wound up with. I think it looks pretty cool.
Postscript: AT&T took my video and spruced it up a bit before they actually started using it. That’s not surprising. They’re AT&T; their video-production capabilities are lightyears beyond any freelancer’s. But I’m proud to note that the bulk of my video still shines through.