Submission Guidelines

 


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Projects

For anyone looking to submit Quickies 

Quickies are a great way for you to get your work in front of our community; we like them fast and memorable. If you’re looking to submit your latest project, please read the below guidelines first. 

How to submit your work

All Quickies be sent through our online submission form. We are a small team, and this platform is designed to give us the most efficient way of working through all the content.

Please note we will not respond to article ideas sent in via email.

What we’re looking for?

Before sending us your work, please review our three C’s of content creation. The more criteria you can satisfy, the better the chances of your work being published.  

Carving new ground 

  • Is it innovative?
  • Does it push existing technology to new limits?
  • Has it been done before? If so, does it take the concept in a new direction or raise it to a new level of quality?
  • Does it challenge existing ideas?

 Concept

  • Is it built on an interesting concept?
  • Is the subject matter interesting?
  • Does it create a lasting emotional impact?

Craft

  • Is it exceptionally well-crafted?
  • Does its production process merit attention for some reason?
  • The rules of engagement 
  • Please submit your work only once, and do not resubmit the same piece if it has been rejected.

Still not sure?

Motionographer.com features thousands of articles by industry thought leaders dating back to our inception. Why not read some pieces from the last few years? Every site has different tastes, and if you take the time to discover what we publish, you’ll find it much easier to decide what to send us.

Original and Authentic

Your work must be unpublished and not scheduled for publication. We ask that you let us know if this changes. The Quickie must, of course, be the entrant’s own original work.

Our response times

We aim to reply to all submissions within four weeks. Please do not email us chasing feedback until this time has elapsed.

One final note

If your work is not selected, please don’t be discouraged! Review the three C’s (our criteria for content creation) and get in touch with your next project. 

Before you do, one more reminder to check out some of our previously published content. The best way to understand the types of work we are looking for is to immerse yourself in the site. There is no substitute for market research.

 

 


 

Press Release 

For anyone looking to submit news 

Our Press Release section is where we keep all of our industry gossip. If you have breaking news that will have an impact on our community, we want to hear it. 

How to submit your news

All news should be sent through our online submission form. We are a small team, and this platform is designed to give us the most efficient way of working through all the content.

Please note we will not respond to press releases sent in via email.

What we’re looking for?

We’re looking for press releases, interesting revelations, inspiring titbits, positive stories, and breaking news that will impact our community.

Still not sure?

Motionographer.com features thousands of news articles dating back to our inception. Why not read some pieces from the last few years? Every site has different tastes, and if you take the time to discover what we publish, you’ll find it much easier to decide what to send us.

 

 


 

Our Community. Our Platform. Your Voice 

For anyone looking to publish interviews and articles

OOY will spotlight our attention on the brilliant creative minds that operate across the whole spectrum of motion design. We open up our platform like never before, giving you the opportunity to become a leading voice and a recognized expert in your field.

Morionographer.com is calling for your article ideas. Let us know what you want to write about and why. Our editorial team will review all submissions and get back to those we believe will best fit our audience.

How to submit your ideas for OOY

All ideas for articles should be sent through our online submission form. We are a small team, and this platform is designed to give us the most efficient way of working through all the content.

Please note we will not respond to article ideas sent in via email.

What we’re looking for?

We’re looking for opinion pieces, interviews, project breakdowns and unexpected inspiration. If you have something to say to our community, please send us your ideas and we can help you put your thoughts on paper.  

Still not sure?

Motionographer.com features thousands of articles by industry thought leaders dating back to our inception. Why not read some pieces from the last few years? Every site has different tastes, and if you take the time to discover what we publish, you’ll find it much easier to decide what to send us.

Word count

We are currently only considering articles up to 2,000 words (not including the title and credits).

You may approach us with a regular series or a one-off piece. Should we achieve positive feedback from your work, we’d consider longer content for the right idea.

Original and Authentic

Your article must be unpublished and not scheduled for publication. We ask that you let us know if this changes. The article must, of course, be the entrant’s own original work.

Our response times

We aim to reply to all submissions within four weeks. Please do not email us chasing feedback until this time has elapsed.

One final note

If your work is not selected, please don’t be discouraged! Check out some of our previously published content. The best way to understand the types of work we are looking for is to immerse yourself in the site. There is no substitute for market research.