Motion graphics is a comprehensive program that allows you to use graphic design and audiovisuals to create a variety of media. This builds the skills you’ll need to work in a range of creative industries, such as graphic design, advertising, animation, broadcasting, multimedia, games or film.
Jenny Lee, Professor
Min Sung Pan, Teaching Assistant
What You’ll Learn
Components of motion graphics and audiovisuals.
Planning projects from the pre-production to post-production stages, and structuring the After Effects project.
Preparing for animation, basic 2D animation and in the advanced classes, the basics of 3D animation.
Typography and titling.
Basic modeling and animation with 3D logo animation and rendering.
Editing and creating an edit reel.
For this program, students must have completed the Drawing/Imaging program, and have access to the relevant software used during the program’s length.