What is motion graphics? (Motion Graphics Definition)

Motion graphics is animation, but with text as a major component. Essentially, it’s animated graphic design.
Ever since motion graphics first entered the scene, there’s been a debate about the line between them and full animation. The opening credits of Hitchcock’s Psycho is an early example of motion graphics, where the marriage of sound, motion, and graphic design come together exceptionally well.

Motion graphics are a way to communicate with the viewer, and add depth to the story. Together with music and effective copy, they can give us a message. We use them to create ads, title sequences for movies, [explainer](Put simply, motion graphics are animation, with text as a major component.) videos and to share information. Many of our templates use motion graphics to help you communicate your message.


Let’s take a look at some examples of motion graphics in action.

Television title sequence
Creating awareness
Explaining a concept
Telling a story
Video product

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