Motion design uses the capabilities of digital technology—time, sound, animation, image, and text—in a variety of communication contexts. Some multimedia presentations are interactive, while others do not cede navigational control to the user.
Strawberry Shortcake Meets The Ambiguously Gay Duo
In this interview, J. J. Sedelmaier covers these important questions and discusses several experiences he and his studio have endured while producing some of the most entertaining animation ever to come out of a small, independent cartoon and design shop in White Plains, New York.
Motion Design Talks
View past AIGA event presentations.
Design for Motion: Fundamentals and Techniques of Motion Design
By Austin Shaw
Adobe After Effects Classroom in a Book
By Lisa Fridsma and Brie Gyncild
Brand Thinking and Other Noble Pursuits
By Debbie Millman
By Liz Blazer
Thinking with Type
By Ellen Lupton
By Michael Bierut
use graphic design to sell things, explain things, make things look better, make people laugh, make people cry, and (every once in a while) change the world