Plug-in Media

Plug-in Media

Who we are

Plug-in Media is a BAFTA-winning digital media production company that delivers engaging, interactive entertainment for children and families. We blend animation, gaming and narrative with great design and first-class technical development to produce work that is visually stunning, technically groundbreaking and with great storytelling and humor at its core.

What we do

2D animation & illustration, 3D animation & illustration, motion graphics, sound design, editing, performance, original composition, VO record, script writing, video editing, production, Flash, Unity, Air, Flex HTML, HTML5, CSS, javascript, Java, PHP, C, C++, Perl, Python, AR, motion detection, webcam, real-time 3D, Facebook, mobile.

Who we do it for

Our work for clients such as BBC, Nickelodeon, Turner Broadcasting and Sesame Workshop has involved creating award-winning games and digital content for some of the best-loved children’s entertainment brands (such as Sesame Street, Octonauts, Big and Small, and ZingZillas). These outstanding interactive entertainment experiences not only compliment their linear TV counterparts but also deliver compelling, playful and fun digital experiences to children of all ages, throughout the world. We are currently developing apps and games for a range of different mobile platforms and have a development slate of in-house IP destined for a variety of different platforms from broadcast TV to physical toys.

Plug-in Media have pledged to create an inclusive and supportive culture in their organisation where everyone can thrive, and are passionate about attracting diverse talent. Sign the Wired Sussex Skills and Talent Manifesto here.

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