Motion graphics (or motion design) is a growing profession with its roots in video editing, animation, and graphic design. Creating engaging and meaningful motion graphics requires a technical knowledge of the software programs involved, as well as a knowledge of motion graphics workflow, an awareness of current and past visual styles and trends, and an ability to critique our own work and those of our collaborators.
Learn the principles of Motion Design and Build your Portfolio
This hands-on, individualized course will take your current software and design skills to the next level. You'll learn the principles of motion graphics and the best practices to create unique motion graphics from concept to completion, resulting in portfolio-worthy projects to show potential clients.
Get started with Motion Graphics Applications
See our full suite of motion graphics classes: Premiere Pro and After Effects.
Motion Graphics Certificate Program
Take our Premiere Pro and After Effects courses along with this one, to earn a Certificate in Motion Graphics.
More about the Motion Graphics Portfolio course
In this in-depth motion graphics course, you'll create several projects for your portfolio, including (but not limited to) a logo animation, a social media ad, an infographic animation, and a book or movie trailer.
Assignments will be critiqued by both the instructor and during group critiques. You'll then revise your work as needed, and finish the assignment either in class or outside of class as homework (you should expect to work outside of class). By the end of the Motion Design Portfolio course, our hope is that you'll have at least three finished motion graphics animations for your portfolio. The instructor is available throughout the course duration, to provide feedback and advice, both during and outside of class.
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Social media animation by Alaina Hemlall
Logo by Heather Rafferty
Infographic by Alaina Hemlall
Social media animation by Malgorzata Nosowicz
Social media animation by MattMcLaughlin