Fox & Co’s First Birthday
Happy birthday to us!
It’s been a long year, and a busy one, since we started up Fox & Co. We’ve drunk more than 2300 cups of coffee, helped grow the Motion Design Wellington meetup community to 99 people, and stayed at the office for a lot of late nights. Over these past twelve months, we’ve gone from startup to Starbucks, and we couldn’t have done it without our awesome clients.Today we’re celebrating how far we’ve come since we were founded, and how far we’re going to go.
In that spirit, here are some of Fox & Co.’s firsts and favorites this year…
First Explainer Animation
Our first explainer video was for Storyshed, an infographic design company that works with a lot of confidential information. We pulled out all the stops for this one, making this elegant, minimalistic video for Storyshed to show off.
First 3D Visualisation
This 3D visualisation for Ghost, a hoverboard start-up, looks good enough to ride. We had a lot of fun testing the product, too…
First International Client
Our first international client was Sixtyfour Films, a video production company based in Sydney. We had a lot of fun making this Me Bank ad for them.
First Television Commercial
Inside Out Magazine September issue
First New Employee
Our first new employee was Squirrel, our senior motion designer. With over a decade of experience, his skill with 3D and 2D motion design has helped to shape Fox & Co over the past year.
First Title Animation Design
Rugby Smart 2016
We went with a futuristic, super-slick design for Rugby Smart’s 2016 campaign. If you look closely at the stage, you’ll see that we designed it to look like the inside of a rugby ball.
Our Friday-afternoon game of the year is Left 4 Dead 2, a classic zombie shooter that’s perfect way to unwind with some drinks.
We’ve come a long way this year, but we’re even more excited for the next one. Working as a creative studio, there’s always something new, and we’re looking forward to the new challenges and creative ideas to come.