Motion Design is design that moves.
Motion design expresses ideas with moving images and text to create innovative solutions that integrate art, entertainment and visual communication. The fundamentals of contemporary motion design include storyboarding, animation, shooting and editing video, audio production, graphics, and typography to enhance storytelling.
With an emphasis on creativity and conceptual development, students gain valuable skills using tools such as After Effects, Flash and Photoshop as well as iMovie, SketchUp and Premiere. As the television, film and web industries continue to merge, the demand for motion design is higher than even in architecture firms, interactive studios, network and cable TV, video post-production facilities, and advertising firms.