Conceptualized the whole thing, including the aesthetic, scenes, and behavior of the animations as the user interacts with them.
Utilized the lottie.js library, coupled with the After Effects companion plugin, so that the internal development team at H&R Block could get as close to plug-n-play with my files as possible. And hey, it worked!
Took transitional animations into consideration, so that not only would scenes loop appropriately if left untouched; they would move from one animation to the next with sensical transitions.
H&R Block, a proud Kansas City tax firm (as if you didn't know), was preparing to launch a brand new app in order to better serve its customers digitally. This app contained myriad features that were going to be new for Block's vast empire, so they wanted to create a series of tutorial screens to educate new users on the app's functionality.
Block reached out to me to create engaging animated scenes to accompany these tutorials. So that's what I did. I worked with the internal stakeholders at Block to vet the style I envisioned, as well as the context of the scenes themselves, to make sure they depicted the scenarios that the client had in mind.