A Visit with Motion Design Pioneers, Sequence

Our visit with Sequence began with a warm welcome from Producer, Dan Sioui and Digital Design alumnus, instructor and Sequence motion designer, Eric Wada. They showed us the different areas of the studio where concept artists, designers, video editors and animators work. Originally focusing on design and animation, Sequence has grown to embrace both live action and interactive platforms, including multiple offline and online post production suites. Over the past six years, they have built a creative space where the scope of a project is limited only by their imaginations. When asked what they look for in a prospective hire, they advised students to create a short demo reel (no more than two minutes) that showcases different styles to demonstrate a diverse skill set that is valuable. And they value applicants who check their ego at the door.

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Believing in Better

Hey OOMPH’ers!

This was my first national broadcast project and a watershed moment in my career. Sky Better Effect working with Neon has been a real treat. Their process is one of constant experimentation, iteration, and preempted decisions that kept us above water and away from the often chaotic final stretch many creatives feel as a project wraps up.

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