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Kinetic Typography

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Dan Ashwood

on 27 February 2014

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Transcript of Kinetic Typography

KINETIC
TYPOGRAPHY

Word as Image
by Ji Lee
Using your name, an interesting quote, or song lyrics as a starting point,
create a short kinetic typography animation.

It should be between 1 and 3 minutes long, and it will need to have:
• At least 1 transformation,
• At least 1 non-typographical element,
• At least 1 hand-drawn element, and
• Audio that compliments the animation

Projects that go above and beyond these requirements will get some extra credit. Feel free to use Photoshop, AfterEffects, Flash, Premiere, or any combination thereof.
Saul Bass
Titles for North by Northwest
(1959)
Kerning
Handlettering vs. Typefaces
Calligraphy
CONSIDER:
Legibility/Abstraction
Some More Examples:
Film Posters
Logos
Serif vs. San Serif
Spacing
Ambigrams
(b.1920-d.1996)
Justice - DVNO
Video by So-Me, Yorgo Tloupas,
and Machine Molle
What are you talking about?
Kinetic typography--the technical term for "moving text"—is an animation technique mixing motion and text to express ideas using video animation. This text is presented over time in a manner intended to convey or evoke a particular idea or emotion.
-Wikipedia
Titles for Psycho
(1960)
Kuntzel and Deygas - Titles for
Catch Me if You Can (2002)
Title Sequences
Hidden Design Elements
YOUR ASSIGNMENT:
Due Before Spring Break (3/14)
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