Why ‘Keyframe’?

To represent motion, animators use a succession of “keyframes,” illustrations that define pivotal points in the action of the animation.  In between keyframes are “inbetweens,” or filler frames that provide the illusion of motion.  Keyframes define the beginning and end points of a motion or transformation.

Keyframe Policy Consulting provides such pictures to its clients: of their current strategic situation, of the future scenario toward which events are building, and of critical points in the motion in between.