KINE TIC TYPOGRAPHY WHAT IS KINETIC TYPOGRAPHY ? Kinetic typography in technical terms meaning ” 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. Some commonly seen examples of such techniques include movie title sequences, web page animation and other entertainment media. HISTORY OF KINETIC TYPOGRAPHY It is believed animated letter forms appeared as early as 1899 in the advertising work of George Melies. But was not until the 1960s when opening titles began to feature typography that was truly kinetic. The first feature film such as North by Northwest (1959) used kinetic typography . This film’s opening title sequence—created by Saul Bass—contained animated text, featuring credits that “flew” in from off-screen, and finally faded out into the film itself. A similar technique was also employed by Bass in Psycho (1960). Since then, the use of kinetic typography has become commonplace in film introductory titles and television advertisements. More recently, it has been a central feature of numerous television idents, ( All the above are information i got from wikipedia )
EXAMPLES OF KINE TIC TYPOGRAPHY These are videos of Kinetic typography i researched on Youtube and Vimeo.
DARK KNIGHT KINETIC TYPOGRAHY
WHAT IS A MOOD BOARD
A mood board is a tool used by designers to help them get a good idea what they want or what their client is looking for. It is mostly used by fashion designers and interior designers. It contains elements that inspire the design concept.
EXAMPLES OF MOOD BOARD
MY MOOD BOARD This is the mood board i design to give a concept of the elements that will be in my Kinetic Typography.
STOP MOTION For my kinetic typography i have decided to use stop motion to do it. To do this i have researched a few stop motion videos to give an idea of how its going to be like.
EXAMPLES OF STOP MOTION
STORY BOARDING WHAT IS A STORY BOARD? A story board is an outline or A sequence of drawings with directions and dialogue, representing the shots planned for a movie or television production. But recently its applied to web designing and video game design aswell.
EXAMPLES OF STORY BOARDS
MY STOP MOTION
TYPOGRAPHY AN IMATION