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FINE 3814: Motion Graphics 1 for broadcast and design

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A workshop devoted to understanding time based imagery that focuses on utilizing video and motion graphics as a creative communication tool. Students will create projects that explore topics using video, animation, time and motion using non-linear digital editing software. This course is at the DAC Tier 1 tuition rate.

Knowledge

    • Students will study the technology of digital video and motion graphics.
    • Students will study the concept of storytelling and the and design of motion graphics
    • Students will study historical and contemporary time-based imagery and artists and their role in visual culture.
    • Through investigation of artists and design theory students can communicate their intent through visual, verbal and literary means
    • Students will have an understanding of professional practice as it relates to time-based imagery

Skills

    • Exploring the non-linear editing interface
    • Investigation of the motion graphic interface
    • Learning technical vocabulary
    • Examining story organization and editing
    • Learning how to move between FCP and After Effects
    • Learning how to incorporate and fully explore “old” and “new” media into design practice
    • Experimentation and investigation developing a fluency in motion and screen-based design
    • Learning the stages of video production
    • Learning how to create and the value of storyboards
    • Screening works by historical and contemporary artists
    • Learning the importance of audience, demographics and context
    • Learning research skills and protocols
    • Learning methods of observation and its application to motion design problems

Dispositions

    • Learning to contextualize design as visual culture
    • Learning the relevance and ramifications of their aesthetic choices
    • Learning how to articulate and express art and design history and theory and its relevance to motion design
    • Developing a process oriented approach to a motion design problems
    • Learning the value of deadlines
    • Learning presentation skills and practices
    • Learning aspects of professionalism
    • Learning the stages of production
    • Learning to articulate the value of their work