Edited by R. Brian Stone, Leah Wahlin Routledge 330 pages Paperback: 9781138490802 pub: 2018-07-23
Table of ContentsIntroduction: A dialogue on the theory and practice of motion design - R. Brian Stone Part 1: Theoretical Perspectives Section 1: Interdisciplinary Influences and Origins Liberating Words from the Printed Page - Dan Boyarski The Evolution of the Motion Graphic Design Discipline Seen Through Its Definitions Over Time - Clarisa E. Carubin Motion in Graphic Design: An Interdisciplinary Teaching Approach - Camila Afanador-Llach Re-framing Design: Form, Meaning and Media - Jennifer Bernstein Section 2: Communication Theory Figures of Speech Applied to Motion Design - Bruno Ribeiro On the Semiotics of Title Sequences: Three Modes of Text-Image Composition - Michael Betancourt Towards the Cumulative Effect of Expository Motion Graphics: How Visual Explanations Resonate with Audiences - Spencer Barnes Section 3: Science and Perception Motion Attracts Attention - Elaine Froehlich A conversation with Daniel Alenquer, Playerium Part 2: Practice & Application Section 1: Brand Building and Identities A conversation with Guy Wolstenholme and Jon Hewitt, Moving Brands Identities in Motion: Logo Introductions as Brand-Building Narratives - David Peacock A conversation with Jakob Trollbäck, Trollbäck+Company Section 2: Interface and Interaction Design Navigating VOX/UI: The Integration of Motion in a Voice-Controlled Information System - Andre Murnieks A conversation with Jeff Arnold, Microsoft Energetic Alpha: A Design Continuum Created Through Collaboration - Gretchen C. Rinnert, Aoife Mooney, and Marianne Martens Section 3: Narrative and Storytelling A conversation with Kyle Cooper, Prologue Films The Blurry Intersection of Illustration and Motion Design - Adam Osgood A conversation with Karin Fong, Imaginary Forces Section 4: Space and Environment Motion Design in the Context of Place - Cotter Christian and Catherine Normoyle Motion Design and its Impact on Audiences – from Theory to Practice - Christina Lyons Section 5: Experimental Visualizations & New Applications Fragmented Motion: Split-Screen and Asynchronous Video - Steven Hoskins A conversation with Isabel Meirelles, author of Design for Information A conversation with Matt Pasternack, InfoMotion Section 6: Educating Motion Designers Notes on Education - R. Brian Stone Teaching Motion Literacy through Music Visualization - Heather Shaw Conversations on Educating Motion Designers Kyle Cooper Daniel Alenquer Karin Fong Guy Wolstenholme and Jon Hewitt Isabel Meirelles Jakob Trollbäck Index
Reviews"A riveting collection of essays, providing the unique point of view of some of the most inspired members of our industry. Whether you are interested in the science or the practical aspects of this field, this book is certain to provide rare insight, education and inspiration." —Alberto Scirocco, President / Creative Director, leftchannel "R. Brian Stone and Leah Wahlin have produced the best book on designing for motion since Peter von Arx’s classic Film Design. Their new book The Theory and Practice of Motion Design should be required reading for anyone concerned with how words and information move on screen and how movement contributes to meaning." —Hugh Dubberly, Co-founder, Dubberly Design Office; Fellow AIGA SF; Member of the ACM SIGCHI Academy "Instead of a ‘how-to’ book, this is a ‘how-to-think-about’ book that delivers on its title, combining the history and intellectual underpinnings of motion design with the insights of contemporary design professionals…a thoughtful response to the profession’s shift from the mute flat-land of print to today’s rich, multi-dimensional options for communications." —Christopher Pullman, Senior Critic, Motion Design, Yale University School of Art; Former VP of Design and Visual Communications, WGBH, Public Broadcasting in Boston
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