Project 3

Typography in Motion

Develop typography in motion
Select a short quote that you will  animate using ether InDesign or  Photoshop animated gif

 

Final Project files (DropBox)

 

Uploads of final type in motion files and PDF of casebook; explain your work; research and concept as related to research and your design choices.

Motion in Typography
Type Research: Find examples of motion typography
Select a short quote you will animate sample you could choose from follow
Start concept sketches
Bring examples, concept sketch and any  native files to class

Specs PDF FILES

2427_210_Project _3_FINAL

2427_E210_assignment_7

Photoshop Animated gif and InDesign technique

I. Bring ALL native files to class
You will work in class to refine project. Bring  file as well as your casebook native files. You will upload them by the end of class

II. Upload to  DropBox Project 3 Folder
DropBox Link
A. Create  a NEW FOLDER
your  “Lastname_FirstName_Project 3”

B. Final version of your type in motion project
Name file:  “lastname_firstname_p3.swf” or  “lastname_firstname_p3.html”  “lastname_firstname_p3.gif”
C. A Digital Casebook File
For this project you will ONLY upload a digital casebook. With all related materials: page one; brief description page two; final concept board, concept sketches, reference etc.  Document does not have to be a designed document but should reflect your design process. Must be saved as  a PDF.
Name Casebook  file:  “lastname_firstname_pcb_3.PDF”

 

Design Process
The animation should be no shorter than 15 seconds and no longer than 60 seconds.

1. STORYBOARD –
The first step rough sketch or storyboard a sequence of panels showing main steps. You are showing what is going to happen in main steps. The drawings don’t have to be great, just clear.

2. CREATE DIGITAL ASSETS –
Create the artwork for the steps that is to be animated.

3. PRODUCTION
Use  InDesign  or Photoshop

I. Research & Discovery
Reference: Do online research
Get a job folder to  place all research, sketches reference and related items.

II. Storyboarding and Conceptualizing
Do a brainstorming activity and idea to generate ideas for your design concept. Using your research, graphic and conceptual sources, begin designing.
Create concepts. These should be quick sketches that highlight a concept/idea.

References  Class Pintrest Page samples
http://pin.it/17K6YhS

Vimeo motion Type Section
https://vimeo.com/channels/kinetictypography

http://www.creativebloq.com/typography/examples-kinetic-typography-11121304

http://www.artofthetitle.com/title/oceans-eleven/#

Animation InDesign
https://indesignsecrets.com/indesign-basics-your-first-animation.php#

Create animations using Adobe InDesign


https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/animation.html

Annimated GIF  Photoshop

Create animated GIFs with Photoshop

Quotations you could choose from or select your own

https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/how-to-create-animated-gif-quick-tip-ht#sm.001gtlrmj1d33dijr521ai81433kk

“I can, therefore I am.” » Simone Weil

Write something worth reading or do something worth writing.
Benjamin Franklin

Be the exeption

Well done is better than well said
Benjamin Franklin

I walk slowly but I never walk backwards
Abraham Lincoln

“I hear and I forget, I see and I remember. I do and I understand.”

“Wherever you go, go with all your heart.” » Confucius

“Everything you can imagine is real.” » Pablo Picasso

“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” » Theodore Roosevelt

“Eighty percent of success is showing up.” » Woody Allen

“Never, never, never give up.” » Winston Churchill

“The best revenge is massive success.” » Frank Sinatra

“If you dream it, you can do it.” » Walt Disney

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