Join J. Schuh in a workshop that explains the importance of motion in interactive experiences. You will learn the design essentials of motion–how motion improves interactions, the different functions of motion, how motion is used in different technologies. J. maps out different uses of interactive motion, explaining key concepts while giving you practical advice.
During the workshop, will show you the essential design fundamentals of motion graphics. You can take your designs to the next level! Using After Effects, J. will incorporate Photoshop and Illustrator designs to show animation principles and demonstrate key concepts for creating motion graphics. Register today. We expect to sell out!
Who Should Come
This workshop is designed for both beginners and professional designers. If you are interested in bringing your designs to life by incorporating motion graphics this class is for you. Anyone interested in learning some of the secrets behind great visuals and motion graphics (think about those great images from The Jon Stewart Show.)
What You Will Learn
- A brief history of the development of motion graphics
- An introduction to After Effects
- How to incorporate motion graphics with abstract and realistic design concepts
- Creating meaning and impact with motion graphics
- How to animate text in After Effects
- Particles, FX and other cool stuff you’ve seen on TV
Meet Your Instructor
J. Schuh is the owner of Toons-N-Design an animation, video game, and visual effects studio based in Dallas, Texas. He is one of the founders of A Bunch of Short Guys, a local animators’ guild that helps promote the Animation/ Video Game / Visual Effects community. J. serves the community as the Animation/ Gaming/ Visual FX industry rep on the board of the Texas Motion Picture Alliance (TXMPA) and as an Adobe Community Professional for After Effects.
J. Schuh the “Texas Animator” always a wild and crazy guy, will show you how to apply design fundamentals to motion graphics and take your designs to the next level. Using After Effects, J. will incorporate Photoshop and Illustrator designs to show animation principles and demonstrate key concepts for creating motion graphics.