Motion Graphics is an understanding of how both movement and time impact on design. This course is recognised within the media and broadcasting industries as the premier course for developing creative thinkers with technical expertise.
This course provides a stimulating education in motion graphics, underpinned by the creative use of graphic design and digital technology. Students are encouraged to develop skills in animation, storytelling, typography, promotion and branding. Emphasis is placed on vocational working alongside research and analysis of project work. You will be encouraged to develop your individual creative ability alongside learning industry ready skills. Teaching staff and visiting professionals will bring a workplace perspective to the course as well as supporting you in your future choices.
Graduates often work within the broadcast industry and create title sequences, channel brands, graphics for TV programmes, and TV promotional trailers. Graduates also work in advertising agencies, the corporate video industry and broader areas of graphic design.
This year the Miscarriage Association chose to use videos from three of Ravensbourne's Motion Graphics student's for their “Simply say 'I'm sorry” campaign. Here are the animation videos and subsequent discussions between Alice Rose Parker, Anthony Hollis and Nawaraj Gurung and the National Director of the Miscarriage Association, Ruth Bender Atik about the development of these videos.