Open Evening Motion Design Professional

September 2020

Do you have some burning questions about our Motion Design Professional course? Well, below we hope to have the answers.

For our Open Evening this September, we were joined by Motion Design titans MAINFRAME, as well as course mentor George Dyson, current motion design students and Created graduates. All took part to talk about the state of the motion design industry and what our course has to offer.

Find out why people chose Created, what the industry is looking for when hiring, what requirements we have for people to join the course and much much more…

Got some specific questions? We might just have the answers for you…

 

1. Why should you choose to study at Created?

Hear from graduate Andrius Vizbaras, about why he chose to study motion design with Created…

2. What’s it like studying at Created?

Current student and all-time creative badass, Xanthia Halissey tells us about her time on the course, what it’s like working in groups and also remotely. Spoiler alert, it rocks…

3. Why do Created work with industry partners like MAINFRAME to set briefs?

One of the things that make us tick is our connection to the industry and the fact that our students get to work on real-life industry briefs. But why is that important for the development of budding creatives? Joel Fearnside, MAINFRAME producer and Created feedback partner breaks that down…

4. Do you need creative experience to enrol on the course?

Find out what experience our students had before they joined the course. Some have previously design qualifications and some are self-taught. All experiences welcome…

5. What does a mentor do?

Our mentors at Created are a few years ahead of our students, allowing them to give real-life insight into the industry and technical support. Mentor and motion designer George Dyson gives his insight into what a mentor does and why it’s pretty cool to have one…

6. What does a coach do?

Ah, the often misunderstood coach. Want to know what a coach does and why they’re important to your personal development? Well, find out below from the eloquent George Dyson…

7. What are the course entry requirements?

Think you need grades and years of working experience in the creative industry? Think again…

8. What software is taught on the course?

We focus on the industry favourites, Adobe After Effects and Cinema 4D to ensure your new-found skills are directly relevant when you graduate and stroll confidently into the Motion design world…

So, there you have it. Hopefully, you found this interesting and informative? We hope this answers some of your most burning questions, and for those remaining queries about our Motion Design Professional course, we here for you when you need.

 

For any other questions you may have, or for just a friendly chat about Motion Design, drop Kim an email or call +44 (0)207 867 3737. She’s real friendly.

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