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  • 1. Week 7: Video and MotionDesignDigital Design Survey
  • 2. Goals for this Week• Understand how the way that we interactwith video content has changed• Identify possible career paths in the videoindustry• Find sources of professional video
  • 3. How has Film / Video changed inour lifetimes
  • 4. 15 Years Ago• Theatrical / Broadcast / VHS• Access to content is limited• Sharing of content is face-to-face• Barrier to production is high
  • 5. Video Content Now• Multiple Channels of Distribution• Access is unlimited• Sharing is done socially• Barrier to production is low
  • 6. Were we better off before?
  • 7. Job Search Activity• What kind of skills are required of peoplethat want to work in video?– Search Craigslist or Indeed– You may want to use a term like “VideoEditor”
  • 8. What are different careers• Sound Designer• Motion Graphics Artist• Videographer• Editor
  • 9. Where can videographerswork?• Corporate Environments• Small Production Company• Traditional Broadcast Environments• Freelance Work– Film/Commercial Production– Smaller Freelance Productions
  • 10. Local Working Artists
  • 11. Casey Warren / Mindcastle Studios
  • 12. Run Studios
  • 13. Digital Kitchen
  • 14. About the Video and Web Program• Designed to meet the needs of the Seattlemarketplace• Accounts for new methods of distributionof video content• Designed to create pr-editors
  • 15. Visit mmdpvideo.com
  • 16. Check out a collection of studentwork
  • 17. Where to Find Good Video• Vimeo – the professional video sharingcommunity• YouTube – can be hit or miss• Motionographer• Behance – check out the motion graphicssection