Graphics and Animations Intern (Remote)

Posted on March 30th, 2021 | 48 days left to apply | 33 views

UBONGO is Africa's leading producer of kids' edutainment. As a non-profit social enterprise, we create fun, localised and multi-platform educational content that helps kids learn, and leverage their learning to change their lives. Ubongo reaches millions of families across Africa through accessible technologies like TV, radio and mobile phones. Our show’s Ubongo Kids and Akili and Me currently air in 31 countries across Africa, in Swahili, English, French, and Kinyarwanda. 

We are in the early stages of adapting some of the episodes from our shows into Interactive e-books (mobile apps). Your main role will involve creating graphic sequences for frame-by-frame animations. You may also be involved in creating animations from the frames, but this is not necessary. We are looking for someone who is creative and can get things done!

To be considered for the role you are required to to create a sequence of graphics for the animation specified below.

Here’s the task:

  1. Go to https://ubongokids.com/math_rats/
  2. It takes a little bit of time for the game to load. Navigate the game to page 1, you will find it by looking at the bottom right corner written “1”.
  3. So the task is to replicate the following animation on this page:
  • Mzee Kigo (a man) holding a hoe, has a sad facial expression and is breathing heavily and blinking.

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Terms of use 

“the character is protected by copyright and owned by UBONGO. The only rights granted is for the purpose of the application and the character should not be used for any other purposes”

Ubongo creates top quality, localised edutainment to help Africa's 440 million kids learn, and leverage their learning to change their lives. Our vision is to equip Africa's next generation with the educational foundation, critical skills and positive mindsets to change their own lives and communities for the better. Over 6.4 million families in Africa learn with our edu-cartoons and radio programs, and we're rapidly growing across the continent. We build collaborative "Ubongo Impact"​ partnerships with those who share our mission, and want to reach and positively influence families across Africa. Leading changemakers can use Africa’s favourite cartoons to deliver life changing messages to millions of kids & parents across the continent. Together we're building brains and building change, through human centred research, content co-creation, distribution to millions of families and rigorous impact evaluation.
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