Write a script is the first step for design motion graphic that start with receiving information from customer and it leads to the creation of ideas.
Start your storyboarding sessions with a brainstorm with members from your design and production team. For us, that includes the scriptwriter, producer, and storyboard sketch artist (aka designer) together. (You may also include your creative director.)
During this stage, you’ll want to draw out frames on a whiteboard and review the final script together before you get started. Then you can start sketching ideas to bring the script to life.
Once you have an idea of the storyboard with sketches, you can begin translating your storyboards into actual designs. Note: Everything at this stage is used in the final animation stages, so take time to get the details right. It also helps if the person who sketched the storyboards also handles the design.
During this stage, write out your visual notes and have your production team (and any other stakeholders) review them before passing them along to the animation team for use in the final cut.
The animation phase is when everything comes together. Animation style - Timing - Music - Sound effects
Putting scenes together to create an integrated narrative by using transitions, cameras, lighting and etc.
Choosing the right music that makes the motion graphics rhythm better and creates a positive feeling.
Adjust movements and changes with sound in motion graphics in a way that increases its effectiveness, also adding ambient sounds and ...
at this stage we give the video and all documents related to the motion graphics and help to share the video in a gentle manner .