Motion graphics are digital graphics that are designed to move and be displayed over time in the form of animation or videos. The purpose of motion graphics is to communicate information or ideas in an engaging and visually appealing way, typically used in the film, television, advertising, and entertainment industries. They combine graphic design principles with animation techniques to create dynamic, eye-catching visuals that help to tell a story, convey a message, or emphasize a key point.
Motion graphics is the art of creating graphics and visual elements that move or change over time in a video or animation. Adobe After Effects is a popular software tool used to create motion graphics and animations. It allows designers to create 2D and 3D visual effects, animations, and graphics using keyframes, masks, and various other tools. With After Effects, designers can add movement to still images, graphics, and text, create animations, and build complex visual effects. It is widely used in film, television, advertising, and web design.