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narrative_find & share_motion graphics examples

narrative_find & share_motion graphics examples
August 28, 2013 nick howland

The video below does a pretty fantastic job of combining computer based animation with a well timed release of kinetic typography. The transitions keep the viewer interested as the story unfolds. While narration does accompany the video, the type does not simply rehash the information; it presents it as an equal counterpart to the spoken word. The kinetic typography that is displayed on screen is released at a pace that matches not only the accompanied narration but also the frantic and realistically scary tone of the material itself. Every detail of the design ties into the concept and the story at the core of the video. Check it out, my fellow design buddies.

Stuxnet: Anatomy of a Computer Virus from Patrick Clair on Vimeo.

Also, this one is a pretty darn awesome example of using precise timing and analog means to create a real-world “kinetic typography” video. *silently utters “there are just too many awesome videos….*

I Need Nothing – a nearly useless odyssey from Cãoceito on Vimeo.

Annnnd one more. While this one can be a bit repetitious, it’s a good example of what can happen when you fuse illustration and kinetic typography. <3

Respublika. Motion graphics from CJ Basie on Vimeo.