Public Health Video Animation

Client

University of Wolverhampton

Project

Video Animation

We joined forces with a Faculty at the University of Wolverhampton for a video animation all about the field of Public Health!

OUR BRIEF

The Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing is one of four faculties at the University of Wolverhampton, and contains under its wing Schools such as the Institute of Health, the Institute of Sport and Human Sciences, and the Institute of Community and Science.

For this project, we were approached by the University’s Public Health and Wellbeing team, who asked us if we could create a short video animation for them about Public Health, promoting their courses in this field in the process.

Naturally we were only happy to help, so our animator rolled his sleeves up and got cracking!

OUR VIDEO

Our video animation – which you can see above – begins with an overview of Public Health, tackling such issues as what exactly it is, how it originated, and why it remains such an important aspect of society today.

After this overview, our video animation then goes on to explain the future career opportunities young people can strive towards in the field, and concludes with a link to the University’s webpage for more on the institute’s endeavours in the area.

Our two-minute effort contains vivid colours, jaunty background music, and a professional voice-over, and will hopefully contribute towards students developing a passion for entering into a career relating to Public Health in the future.

For more on what the University of Wolverhampton’s Public Health and Wellbeing team can offer, visit their webpage

Our thanks to the team at the Faculty for approaching us for the creation of this one!

OUR DETAILS

Like our video animation, and feel like one of your own would be the perfect way to highlight some of the courses your institution can offer students?

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