|1.||Articulate the historical significance of motion graphics as a communication tool and identify successful approaches;|
|2.||Demonstrate imaginative thinking about principles of visual/narrative design;|
|3.||Determine appropriate motion graphics terminology;|
|4.||Apply pre-production techniques and design methodology, including storyboarding and scripting; and|
|5.||Utilise software applications to implement computer animation techniques.|
|Assignment||Motion Graphics Analysis (500 words)||20%|
|Creative Works||Minor Motion Graphics Assignment (and presentation)||35%|
|Creative Works||Major Motion Graphics Assignment (and presentation)||45%|
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