Career Tracks

Motion Graphics Design Track

Motion graphics design is the art of combining graphic design elements with animation and multimedia techniques to create dynamic, engaging visual content. It involves using movement, transitions, and sound to convey information or tell a story. Motion graphics can be found in various formats, such as video, GIFs, or interactive web content. They are commonly used for advertising, explainer videos, title sequences, social media content, and digital signage. By adding time and motion dimensions to static design elements, motion graphics effectively capture viewer attention and enhance communication. Designers use software like Adobe After Effects, Cinema 4D, or Blender to create motion graphics. The design process usually involves storyboarding, designing static elements, animating, and adding sound or voiceover. Motion graphics designers must understand principles of animation, composition, color theory, and typography. They often collaborate with other professionals, such as illustrators, graphic designers, and sound designers, to create a cohesive final product. As technology advances, motion graphics design continues to evolve, incorporating new techniques like 3D animation, augmented reality (AR), and virtual reality (VR). Overall, motion graphics design plays a vital role in creating engaging and memorable visual experiences.

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Course Requirements Extracurricular Activities

Motion Graphics Design

Attending at least one special lecture by industry-academic experts

Advanced Motion Graphics Design

3D Modelling and Animation

Advanced 3D Modelling and Animation

Visual Effects