HAR 342 Motion Graphics

This is an introductory studio-based class designed to teach students the methods and applications for creating graphic- and text-based animation for digital video, film and the Internet, and introduces students to the aesthetics and creative philosophies in the field. Through lectures, in-class tutorials, readings, discussions, and weekly projects, students learn professional techniques to develop creative projects and practical approaches to visual problem solving. The class covers techniques ranging from simple animations to complex special effects, and students are required to create all resources for animation purposes including digital image and recorded content. Does not fulfill general humanities requirements; may be taken as a free elective.




Visual Artsand Technology Program

Typically Offered Periods

Fall Semester Spring Semester