XPLANE created video to clearly educate consumers on subprime mortgage crisis
XPLANE, the global information design consultancy, has created an animated movie clearly explaining the flawed subprime mortgage lending practices that fueled the current economic crisis in the United States. The piece can be viewed at www.xplane.com/subprime.
The three and a half minute movie takes viewers through the process starting in 2000 and ending in current day, detailing the role that home buyers, mortgage lenders, banks, financial institutions and ultimately asset backed securities played. The production was created by XPLANEâs renowned information design team using Cintiq technology by Wacom to allow for live and still animation, and voiceover.
With an innovative visual, multidisciplinary methodology, XPLANE is unique because it applies both left and right-brained approaches to develop fresh solutions to challenging communication problems. This approach accelerates understanding, which drives actions and results. Companies have hired XPLANE to motivate employees, drive sales, convince decision makers and improve processes. XPLANE won a bronze medal in 2008 at the 16th Malofiej International Infographics Awards, known as the most important and respected infographic contest in the world.
Earlier this year XPLANE created an infographic detailing how Barack Obama is the first major candidate to decline participation in the public funding system because of the support he has garnered through online social networks. The work has been viewed nearly 12,000 times and can be downloaded at http://www.xplane.com/obama/.
Founded in 1993, XPLANE is an information design consultancy that drives better results for many of the worldâs leading corporations including Microsoft, Intel, Nokia, U.S. Department of National Intelligence, U.S. Marine Corp., Nike and BP through visual thinking and design. XPLANE offers clients unique and personalized service through its employeesâ diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise, including journalism, consulting, technology, marketing, training, illustration, interaction, process improvement, information design and architecture. Global XPLANE headquarters are in Portland, Ore. USA; European offices are based in Madrid, Spain and a third office is located in St. Louis, Mo. USA. For more information about XPLANE, visit www.xplane.com or call (866) 750-6467 (USA) + (34) 915 635835 (Spain).
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