Motion Graphic Animation

WOW your prospects with the state-of-art motion graphic video handcrafted by Nibble.

Animated video production services

What is motion graphics animation? 

The goal of every Digital Communication Specialist is to broadcast a brand’s message in a way that is remembered. But how can you achieve clear and engaging communication in a fast-paced world filled with the noise of brands and individuals trying to achieve the same?

As most marketers rely heavily on written content, there is a more effective way to engage your visitors – and it’s called motion graphic animation. Motion graphic animation uses a mix of 2D and 3D animation styles and combines them with text (kinetic typography) to give your message clarity and depth. Animated motion graphic video brings numbers, shapes and objects into motion, making your digital narrative more engaging and remarkable.

Motion Graphics Video Example

Animated Product Video by Nibble

Explore our latest motion graphics video produced for a Climate Positive Company – dbramante1928.

How can you use motion graphic animation in your business? 

The biggest flex of motion graphics is its universality. Thanks to its ability to illustrate complex ideas visually, motion graphics animation can be used as a visual aid for internal and external communication. When used in onboarding videos, motion graphic animation will successfully emphasize the most important features and rules. With explainer videos, you can use motion graphics to break down your complex services and produces and present them in an easy-to-digest, memorable way.


State-of-art motion graphic services from Nibble 

At Nibble, we work with ambitious communications experts that want to make an impact. Our multidisciplinary team of artists, scriptwriters, seasoned project managers, and commercial experts will produce a motion graphic animation for your business that ticks all your communication objectives.

Whether you try to attract new customers or get better at onboarding new hires, we would be delighted to help with the animation production process. Get in touch with our team today to arrange a no-obligation chat about your animation requirement


Figures to Tell Your CEO

Why Do You Need Motion Graphics Video?


of executives say they would rather watch a video than read text.


of prospects state that they prefer to learn about a product from a video.


of consumers say that they have shared a brand’s video.

Are you looking for an animation studio to produce a motion graphics video for your business? Schedule a casual chat with our expert today to see if we'd be a good fit.

Our Production Process in 9 Steps

Creative Kick-Off Session

The kick-off is a chance to gather all the creative brains within the project team together before production begins. We believe in having as much face-to-face time as possible, whether that’s at our studio, your office, or even via videoconference. As well as creative discussions around how the story or style treatment will best engage with the audience, we’ll also discuss practical topics like what the key deliverables will be, what the main call to action is and what project success will look like.

Go To Script


Once we fully understand your message, we’ll start to draft a script. This might mean starting from scratch, or honing and developing a script you already have. The voiceover script is accompanied by a written shot-by-shot description of what the viewer will see on screen and this helps to provide a mental picture of the action before we start producing the storyboards. This ‘shooting script’ might also include reference images or animated gifs which help to explain the action.

Go To Storyboards


The storyboards are a grid of deliberately rough sketched individual artwork panels (or images). They show all of the shots in your video, and the order in which they’ll appear. Each panel is accompanied by the voiceover that will feature during that shot, as well as notes which explain the action. In some cases, we might also produce an animatic. An animatic is a video version of the storyboards and might include an animation test, a dummy voiceover as well as sample sound design and music.

Go To Artwork


Once the storyboards have been approved, we’ll create all of the artwork layouts. We’ll typically start with proof of concept art which we call a ‘style frame’ and/or character designs. This ensures you can be involved in developing the final design style. Alongside the storyboards, the style frame will give you a really good sense for what the final film will look like. Once the artwork is approved, we’ll get to work producing all the layouts. These are essentially a polished version of the storyboards in the final design style.

Go To Animation


Once you’re happy with the artwork layouts, we get to the most exciting part of the process. For 2D vector ‘cutout’ animation, our artist will rig the characters bodies, giving them an adjustable bone structure which allows them to pose the character like a puppet. Alternatively, the artist may animate tradigitally – imagine old-school Disney frame-by-frame animation, but in a computer. Cutout animation is a more cost-effective approach whilst traditional animation offers greater fluidity of animation.

Go To Sound

Sound Design

Although we have access to some award-winning composers, in the majority of cases we’ll source and present customised stock music track options. We aren’t restricted to using royalty-free music and our fixed fee music costs are inclusive of all necessary usage licences. The Producer will provide a series of music alternatives which are based on your preferences and, once you’re happy, we’ll combine this with the voiceover to form a soundtrack that sounds as amazing as your video looks.

Go To Voiceover

Studio VO Recording

All of our voiceover is studio recorded by professional voice artists and actors and the fixed price quoted is inclusive of the studio, Producer, and Sound Engineer costs, as well as the artists’ record and usage fee. You can even conference into the recording session to help direct the voice artist. Once recorded, the Sound Engineer will clean up the voiceover and a Sound Designer from Nibble will edit the audio. This voiceover is combined with the music to form the soundtrack that the animation is timed to.

Go To Delivery


Once approved it’s time to deliver your video. The final files are sent digitally and encrypted with password protection for security. Your video can be supplied in any standard or high definition format, and in any standard file format you need (i.e. .WMV/.AVI, MPEG, H264 or .MOV). If it’s helpful, Nibble’s video experts are also on hand to support you in promoting your video – devising video marketing strategies that will ensure your video is seen by as many of the right type of viewer as possible.

Our Clients

We Love These Guys

Here is Why They Love Us

  • Doing this project with Nibble has been a dream come true for me. You have done a tremendous job and really applied your enormous talent very effectively. Producing a cartoon is something I wanted to do for years but it wouldn't have been so much fun if I had worked with anyone else.

    Jessica Mitchell Managing Director, Portfolio Partners
  • Working with Nibble has been amazing. They’re such a creative team and always come back to us with great ideas even on tight timelines. We were really impressed with the video they made for us & look forward to working together again!

    Nancy Coburn Marketing & Content Manager, Disney Music
  • Following the first training session I delivered using the video, I was told "that’s the most engaged I have ever been". As a result of our experience with Nibble Video, I would whole heartedly recommend them.

    Yinka Williams Director of IG, Guy's & St. Thomas NHS Foundation Trust