Master in Motion Graphic & Animation

Last Update March 15, 2024
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About This Course

What is Motion Graphic & Animation?

Motion graphics and animation are creative techniques used to bring visual elements to life in a dynamic and engaging way. They involve the manipulation of graphic elements, text, and images to create motion and visual effects, often used in various media such as videos, films, advertisements, presentations, and user interfaces. Here’s an overview of motion graphics and animation:

Motion Graphics:

  1. Graphic Elements: Motion graphics typically involve animated graphic elements, such as shapes, icons, logos, and text, that move and transition on the screen.
  2. 2D Animation: They are often created in a two-dimensional (2D) space and are characterized by their flat and graphic design style.
  3. Text Animation: Text can be animated to create dynamic titles, captions, and informational graphics that grab the viewer’s attention.
  4. Transitions: Motion graphics are frequently used to create smooth transitions between scenes or content in videos or presentations.
  5. Data Visualization: They are used to visualize data, statistics, and information in a visually engaging and easily understandable format.
  6. Motion Design: Motion graphics designers use animation principles to create visually appealing and effective designs for digital media.


  1. Character Animation: Animation often involves bringing characters to life by creating lifelike movements and interactions. This is commonly used in animated films, TV shows, and video games.
  2. 3D Animation: Three-dimensional (3D) animation involves creating and manipulating 3D models and objects to simulate realistic movement and interaction in a 3D environment.
  3. Visual Effects (VFX): Animation is used to create visual effects, such as explosions, fire, and magical transformations, to enhance the realism and drama in movies and TV shows.
  4. Stop Motion Animation: This technique involves creating animation through a series of photographs or frames of physical objects, such as clay figures or puppets, moved incrementally.
  5. Computer-Generated Imagery (CGI): CGI animation is widely used in film and television to create realistic and fantastical creatures, settings, and special effects.
  6. UI/UX Animation: Animation is employed in user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) design to improve the interactivity and engagement of websites, apps, and software.
  7. Video Games: Animation plays a pivotal role in creating the movement and behavior of characters, objects, and environments in video games.
  8. Explainer Videos: Animation is frequently used in explainer videos to simplify complex concepts and make them more accessible to the audience.

Learning Objectives

Concept and Storyboarding: You'll learn how to develop concepts and create storyboards to plan the visual narrative of your motion graphics projects.
Graphic Design Principles: Understanding design fundamentals such as layout, composition, color theory, typography, and visual hierarchy is essential for creating visually appealing graphics.
Animation Principles: Explore animation principles like timing, spacing, easing, and staging, which are crucial for creating smooth and engaging motion.
Software Tools: Gain proficiency in industry-standard software tools like Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere, and Adobe Illustrator for creating and animating graphics.
Text Animation: Learn to animate text and create dynamic typography for titles, captions, and other on-screen text elements.
Transitions: Understand how to create seamless transitions between scenes or content, which is often used in video editing and presentations.
Data Visualization: Develop skills in visualizing data, statistics, and information in a way that is clear and engaging for the audience.
Rendering and Exporting: Learn how to render and export motion graphics projects in various formats for different platforms and devices.
Audio Integration: Explore how to incorporate sound effects and music to enhance the impact of motion graphics.
Animation Principles: Study the core principles of animation, including squash and stretch, anticipation, follow-through, and overlapping action.
2D Animation: Learn the techniques of 2D animation, including frame-by-frame animation and tweening, for creating smooth character movements and visual effects.
Character Animation: Master character animation, which involves creating lifelike and expressive movements for characters, often used in animation films and games.
3D Animation: Gain skills in 3D animation, including modeling, rigging, and animating 3D characters, objects, and environments.
Visual Effects (VFX): Explore the creation of visual effects, such as explosions, fire, and supernatural phenomena, often used in film and television production.
Stop Motion Animation: Learn the techniques for stop motion animation, involving the use of physical objects, such as clay figures or puppets, moved incrementally to create motion.
Computer-Generated Imagery (CGI): Understand how to create realistic and fantastical creatures, settings, and special effects using CGI techniques.
UI/UX Animation: Study animation techniques used in user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) design to enhance the interactivity and usability of digital products.
Game Animation: Explore the principles and techniques for creating character and object animations in video games, including character rigging and keyframe animation.

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  • Industry Trends: Stay updated on the latest trends and technologies in motion graphics and animation.
  • Career Paths: Gain insights into various career opportunities in the field, including roles in animation studios, film production, advertising, game development, and more.
  • Motion graphics and animation programs typically offer a combination of theoretical knowledge, hands-on practical experience, and real-world project work. The skills you acquire can open doors to various creative industries and career paths, allowing you to contribute to storytelling, entertainment, marketing, education, and more.

Target Audience

  • Motion graphics and animation cater to a diverse audience, ranging from beginners and hobbyists to experienced professionals across various industries




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