The following projects were constructed by students attending Concordia University Irvine, while enrolled in the Visual Arts/Graphic Design Program ARTG 473-Motion Graphics course. In this course students were exposed to design theory and current design techniques relating to Motion Graphics, while expanding their knowledge and abilities in digital design software like Adobe Creative Could (Adobe CC After Effects & Photoshop). Students were first introduced to the principles of animation and key framing in both Frame-by-frame Animation and Timeline animation in Adobe Photoshop. Then students where shown how to operate Adobe After Effects and complete more complex video editing/motion graphic exercises and projects. The projects displayed below were create using the following guidelines:
- Students were utilizing design theory to create Frame-by-frame Animations & Timeline Animations with Key framing in Adobe Photoshop and After Effects.
- Students were utilizing Adobe After Effects to create Kinetic Type to song lyrics, poems, phrases, etc.
- Students were required to create unique graphics and record their own video and audio for projects.
- Students were required to export all videos from Adobe After Effects using Adobe Media Encoder.