Table of contents for Motion graphic design : applied history and aesthetics / Jon Krasner.

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Table of Contents
Part 1: Motion Graphics: A Perspective
Chapter 1: A Brief History of Motion Graphics
Chapter 2: Motion Graphics in Film and Television
Chapter 3: Motion Graphics in Interactive Media
Chapter 4: Motion Graphics in the Environment
Part 2: Pictorial and Sequential Design Considerations
Chapter 5: Motion Literacy: Choreographing Animation
Chapter 6: Images, Live-Action, and Type
Chapter 7: The Pictorial Composition
Chapter 8: The Sequential Composition
Part 3: Putting Motion Graphics Into Practice
Chapter 9: Planning and Conceptualization
Chapter 10: Animation Processes
Chapter 11: Motion Graphics Compositing 
Chapter 12: Motion Graphics Sequencing 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Animation (Cinematography).
Television graphics.