IMD students hone their motion graphics skills!

Moraine Park IMD student honing their motion graphic skills

Do you want to create animated logos? Moving text? Control sparkles and glows to bring static images to life? This is what the Interactive Media Design students who are enrolled in the Motion Graphics emphasis at Moraine Park Technical College get to do on a regular basis.

They work with Adobe After Effects, and other Adobe products, to create the motion graphics.

image of motion graphic by IMD student Jeremy Pogorelec

Motion graphic image by MPTC Interactive Media Design student Jeremy Pogorelec

Their skills can be used in creating movie titles, animated logos that appear in TV commercials, and annotations and special effects that appear in various documentary films and instructional videos. The IMD students develop the knowledge and skills to design and manipulate graphics, animation, sound, text, and video into a variety of media presentations.

When IMD student Jeremy Pogorelec was asked if the IMD program was what he expected it to be, he answered “Everything and more!”

The IMD students do a little bit of everything making them versatile employees to their current and future employers. If this looks like, or sounds like, something you would like to be part of, contact a Moraine Park Admissions Advisor to set up a visit to the West Bend campus to meet with the IMD instructors and students.

View this brief collection of motion graphic animations created by the Interactive Media Design students at Moraine Park Technical College.

Discover More …

Also, mark your calendars, because we have another great in-person opportunity coming up to learn more about our program!

Discover Moraine Park will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 7, at the West Bend campus, Wednesday, Feb. 8, at the
Fond du Lac campus and Thursday, Feb. 9, at the Beaver Dam campus.  Stop in anytime between 4 to 6 p.m.

Representatives will be on hand to explain program details, completion of admissions requirements, financial aid, scholarships, and more. Program instructors and staff also will be available to answer your questions. Attendees will receive a $30 application fee waiver, valid towards an associate of applied science degree and/or technical diploma (30+ credits). Photo ID is required.

For more information about the event or to register, visit Registration for the event is not necessary but is appreciated.

Written by Thomas Ward
Interactive Media Design Instructor