Design
 

Motion 2

Motion 2
Continues the exploration of design and communication with motion and animation, including designing in 3-D spaces. Graphic design principles and storytelling concepts are employed to create short motion design projects.
DESGD
480
 Hours3.0 Credit, 6.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesDESGD 280 & DESGD 380 & DES 217; Graphic Design BFA majors, or instructor consent only.
 TaughtWinter
 ProgramsContaining DESGD 480
Course Outcomes: 

Design Techniques and Tools

Students will be able to demonstrate a deep knowledge of the language and methodology of motion design and use animation, typography, sound, 3D tools, and live-action footage to create complex motion graphics.

Cultural Change, Context and Audience

Students will be able to recognize design as a catalyst for positive cultural change and consider the importance of context, audience, and history in their work.

Design Thinking

Students will be able to create strong conceptual work that is informed by research, design thinking, and their own personal voice.

Effective Communication Through Design

Students will be able to create strong conceptual work that is informed by research, design thinking, and their own personal voice.

Design Across Media Types

Students will be able to become agile thinkers and designers across multiple mediums including print, interactive media, and film.

Portfolio

Students will be able to build and edit a motion design portfolio.