Saturday, December 29, 2018



Watch the following video to learn how we are making 5-figure sales in "animated flat 2.0 designed" pages and videos...
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Are Your Videos & Pages Not Converting Well? Probably Because They Look Old & Obsolete!

If your videos and pages are not converting well, it might be because you are still using old and obsolete designs that no longer work today.
But how can you determine whether your videos and pages are using obsolete designs or not?
Well, you have to learn the modern design that's currently working today.

A Shift From Skeumorphism to Flat Design

Some years ago, digital design was using skeumorphism, which is a principle of design wherein you show the almost exact appearance of things.
So if you remember, the old Chrome logo looked like this...
And here was the old Safari logo...
And while those logos look cool before, they rather look old and obsolete today. That's because in 2013 and 2014, digital designs shifted to flat design.
Although flat design was initially introduced by Microsoft in early 2000, it became really popular when Apple used it in the iOS7 in 2013 and Google in their Material Design in 2014.
The Chrome and Safari logos were then changed from skeumorphic to flat design...
You can also see the shift in the UI design from iOS6 to iOS7...

Flat Design Became the Modern Design Standard

Since then, flat design became the modern design standard and it was adapted by designers. It was used in almost every landing pages and app UIs you see online...

The Problem with the Strict Flat Design Trend

Flat design is great because it made the digital design a lot simpler but more sleek and modern. However, it also caused a problem in the usability and interactivity when it's done strictly. 
When everything is flat, you no longer know if a button is clickable or a certain element has some interactivity...

That's When FLAT 2.0 Was Born...

Because of the problem with the all flat design, designers agreed to still add subtle shadows, bevel, and gradients to flat design, and called it Flat 2.0....
In flat 2.0, you can still distinguish interactive elements like buttons...

But with thousands of websites and videos using Flat 2.0 design, it can be hard for yours to standout

So instead of just relying on those static flat elements, it's a great idea to use animated flat elements. Combining the power of animation and modern flat 2.0 design trend, your videos and pages can be 10X MORE effective.
But the next problem here is on how to produce animated flat elements.
You can always use Adobe Illustrator and After Effects to create them yourself. But unless you are proficient with these tools and you are a professional Vector Artist and Animator, I doubt that you will be able to do it. And even if you can, you have to spend hours and hours of meticulous work.
So another option you can consider is to outsource the creation of these animated elements. But I gotta tell you upfront that you have to spend hundreds, and sometimes thousands of dollars, for you to be able to get high quality animated flat elements.
Apparently, both options are not so good.
Don't worry, you can rather grab our collection of ready-made animated elements...

Introducing AnimatedFlat2.0...

Over 2000 animated flat elements that you can use for your videos, web pages, and presentations.

AnimationKIT is a complete collection of animated elements such as animated characters, backgrounds, icons, transitions, and a lot more. They are mainly for creating animated videos but they can be used as elements for pages and presentations too.
The main elements here are the animated characters, which are available in different genres. There are female, male, formal, casual, kids, etc. and they are also in different poses.
Characters are in 2K resolution so they can be scaled up when added into a full HD video.
All the elements are in both MOV and GIF formats so they can be imported in almost all video creation tools like Camtasia and even in Powerpoint and Keynote.

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