Have a look and you’ll learn much more, but here are a few bits of information to give you some context: 1.) “Gaslighting” is an abusive psychological manipulation tactic. 2.) The term comes from a 1938 play called “Gas Light” in which a man deceives his wife to cover his crimes. 3.) The term has seen a spike in searches and mentions over the last year—especially in the lead-up to the U.S. presidential election and in the aftermath—so we decided to help explain it.
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…or a practical package of postcards?
You get to decide! Well, you get to decide only if you were lucky enough to receive these in a care package we recently sent out to some of our favorite publications.
The idea of practicing gratitude can be a fluffy topic, but it’s finally leaving the yoga mat and coming mainstream. Here at Tremendousness we thought it was important to help add to that momentum. Part of what’s stoking gratitude’s recent popularity is the amount of research that’s going into it—and the positive proof that’s coming out. Here’s the main takeaway for you: gratitude improves your health.
The first half of this year we went months with our heads down, cranking out new work with great clients—but it’s time to start sharing these projects.
We feel very lucky to be able to work with such a variety of clients doing interesting and important things. Here are few recent case studies.
This fantastic little video made in Apple’s Keynote.app has been making the rounds—so here’s a deeper dive into making animated videos using stock presentation software.
I feel a vague sense of dread when people ask me what books I look to for creative inspiration. It’s a tough question to answer. Why? Well… mainly because I don’t read that much.
There, I said it.
But ask me about movies, and it’s a whole different story.
This is our third and final video in a series of TED-Ed lessons focused on our internal organs.
We were asked to create the identity and materials for AIGA STL’s 20 Show—Saint Louis’ annual celebration of great design work. Here’s the story behind the brand.
This is the second in a series of TED-Ed explanation videos focused on our internal organs.
Tremendousness continues our collaboration with TED-Ed with the first in a series of health videos focused on our internal organs.
Man, I am not good at math. In fact, my nine-year-old daughter recently asked me to help her with her math homework and when I said sure, she replied, “Oh, I was just kidding. You’re not good at math.” So, yeah. But I was completely thrilled to work on this video about the origins and nature of math with educator Jeff Dekofsky from the Saddleback Valley Unified School District in Viejo, California, and the folks at TED-Ed. You know why?
There’s no “math” in it.
The 61st Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity is happening right now, and that reminded me that I never wrote up my experience there last year.
We’ve been working with an organization called Data Quality Campaign to help them teach the world how data can improve education.
So far we’ve collaborated on two information graphics and two companion videos. The first project explained “How do data help teachers?” and the newest shows “Who uses student data?” Have a look…
Find out about the backstory for W. Scott Matthews’ new iPad book Lochfoot, the story of two young kids who develop an unlikely friendship with a lonely mythological creature.
This animated story was developed exclusively for tablets. Lochfoot is a multimedia reading experience with 26 pages of rich illustrations, music, sound effects, voices and narration. It’s geared toward readers ages 4-8 who will enjoy the simple story of discovery, friendship and adventure.
In the spirit of debauched inclusivity, this holiday season Tremendousness have decided to celebrate something everyone can believe in—something all of us can look at with a wide-eyed sense of wonder and awe—Keith Richards’ 70th birthday.
So let’s raise a toast to the long career of a tremendous artist—and to what we hope will be a tremendous new year for you and yours. Now sit back and check out “The 12 Days of Keefmas”, our 2013 holiday video.
First off, let’s get this straight. I love sugar. Always have. It’s been a big part of my life since well, the beginning. My mom’s a great cook and is quite the pastry chef. Growing up, I remember my dad, brother, and I wouldn’t even be halfway through our chicken fried steaks before we were eyeing the counter for dessert. There was always something: chocolate cake, banana pudding, oatmeal cookies, pecan pie… always something. Something sugary — and delicious…
Explanation videos. Hidden here and there on YouTube between FAIL vids and runaway viral silliness there is a growing category of smart, useful videos that help people and businesses understand how the world is changing…