1. There’s a lot of speculation on how robots taking over people’s jobs could impact the economy. After all, if nearly half of American jobs are automated in the next 20 years, what will people do? And while automation does include losses of jobs, it could also change what we value when it comes to skill sets. For example, care-related work, like nursing and education, will likely remain human. Jerry Kaplan, a futurist and professor at Stanford University, thinks that automation could place a premium on the type of work that women tend to be good at, like person-to-person interaction, reading human emotion, collaboration, and creativity. In this animation from The Atlantic, he and Saadia Zahidi of the World Economic Forum explore what the future could hold for the balance of power between genders and the distribution of labor at home.

    CREDITS:

    Client: The Atlantic
    Producer: Nadine Ajaka
    Animation / Direction: Andrew Embury
    Illustration: Loris F. Alessandria
    Animation: James Hazael
    Animation: Jardeson Rocha
    Animation: Robert Anderson
    Animation: Francesco D'Ambrosio
    Audio: The Atlantic

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  2. Resumo dos traballos de todo este ano máis algún anaquiño de proxectos anteriores

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  4. A two-minute animated voyage through nature's life cycle, following the trials and tribulations of a humble apple seed.

    The film was kindly funded by Adobe, made using their CS4 range of software. It was produced at Nexus Productions and features a soundtrack by Jape. It was made using a mixture of stop motion papercraft and 2D drawn animation.

    See making of here: vimeo.com/2425610

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    Credits for the film are as follows:
    Story and direction : Johnny Kelly
    Production manager: Jo Bierton
    2D animation: Michael Zauner
    3D animation: Eoin Coughlan

    Paper modeler: Elin Svensson
    Assisted by: Anna Benner
    Stop frame DOP: Micolaj Jarosewicz
    Stop frame animation: Matthew Cooper
    Compositing: Alasdair Brotherston

    Music: Jape
    Sound supervisor: Mike Wyeld
    Foley artist: Sue Harding

    Executive producers: Charlotte Bavasso, Chris O’Reilly
    Producer: Christine Ponzevera

    Agency: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners
    Creative director: Keith Anderson
    Associate Creative Director: Tony Stern
    Associate Creative Director: Frank Aldorf
    Art director: Johan Arlig
    Copywriter: Steve Payonzeck
    Art director: Karishma Mehta
    Copywriter: Gregory Lane
    Interactive Producer: Stella Wong
    Art Buyer: Jenny Taich

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    johnnykel.ly
    goodbysilverstein.com
    matthewcooperfilm.com
    japemusic.com
    mikewyeld.com
    kontrastiv.com
    elinsvensson.com

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  5. Ultimately, there’s no definitive way to manufacture insight. It’s situational, and it comes down to what
    works for you. What we do know for sure is that whenever your brain senses a pattern and gets too
    comfortable, creativity stagnates and it’s time to try something else.

    Book : MANAGE YOUR DAY-TO-DAY (page 188)
    Author : Jocelyn K. Glei
    Design & Animation : ARM Sattavorn

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