Make your animations come alive The Animated Infographics & Data Visualization Using After Effects course provides comprehensive training for users to take their animations and basically breathe life into them. Give your animations expressions through understanding how important lighting and sound really are. Whether it is a boring Excel spreadsheet, social media clips, GIFs, PowerPoint presentations or YouTube video, learn how to do fun things and create visual information.
The course will cover key elements for which include setting up your project, adding audio and music, adding colour to animated infographic video, adding video backgrounds, and exporting infographic video to YouTube, TV, websites and social media.
The Animated Infographics & Data Visualization Using After Effects course will show users how to create motion infographics. It is a unique course that will teach you about expressions and the different methods to create animations. Learners will learn how to tackle how to apply rotation and position in expressions, how expressions can be used to create complex animations and how to use expressions and display values through them.
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The course will be directly delivered to you, and you have 12 months access to the online learning platform from the date you joined the course. The course is self-paced and you can complete it in stages, revisiting the lectures at any time.
At the end of the course, you will have one assignment to be submitted (you need a mark of 65% to pass) and you can submit the assignment at any time. You will only need to pay £19 for assessment and certification when you submit the assignment. You will receive the results within 72 hours of submittal, and will be sent a certificate in 7-14 days if you have successfully passed.
Those who successfully complete the course will be awarded the Animated Infographics & Data Visualization Using After Effects certificate by CPD & iAP. The qualification will make you valuable to employers, and your motivation at gaining new skills will be recognised.
Daniel Scott is a Microsoft Trainer and Adobe® Certified Instructor. He’s been teaching for more than 14 years – covering topics such as print, digital publishing, web, and video. He loves to see how it all connects, and how we can share those connections. He prides himself on delivering the best service to his clients and making sure all his students learn to their fullest potential. He is currently the lead trainer at Bring Your Own Laptop Training Center in New Zealand.
Once you successfully complete the Animated Infographics & Data Visualization Using After Effects you will be qualified to work in the following positions. The qualification will also put you in line to demand a higher salary or job promotion. The average UK salary per annum according to https://www.payscale.com/career-path-planner is given below.
|1.1 Animated Infographics and Data Visualization Introduction|
|1.2 Exercise files and projects|
|1.3 Inspiration for your animated infographics|
|2: Animating Infographics|
|2.1 Setting up your software and project|
|2.2 Adding Audio and Music|
|2.3 Adding a Solid Background or Image|
|2.4 Adding Text and Using TypeKit|
|2.5 Where to Get Free Icons|
|2.6 Using CC Libraries|
|2.7 Animating an infographic icon|
|2.8 How to ease animation in After Effects to make them look slick|
|2.9 Help, I’m lost. I can’t find my comp in After Effects|
|2.10 Adding Sound Effects|
|2.11 Creating a circle pop or circle burst|
|3: Techniques For Beautiful Animation|
|3.1 Animation TIP – Motion Blur in After Effects|
|3.2 Animation TIP – Over shoot in After Effects|
|3.3 Animation TIP – Vignette in After Effects|
|3.4 Animation TIP – Anticipation – Up before down – graph editor|
|3.5 Animating TIP – Offset – two objects moving just after each other in After Effects|
|3.6 Animation TIP – Vector Redraw in After Effects|
|3.7 Animation TIP – Puppet tool in After Effects|
|3.8 Animation TIP – Grouping in After Effects is called precomping|
|4: Camera – 1 Node|
|4.1 Creating and Animating a Camera|
|5: Preview And Playback|
|5.1 Speeding up After Effects playback and preview|
|6: Icon Build|
|6.1 Animating the lines of an icon in After Effects|
|7: Color And Backgrounds|
|7.1 How to add colors to your animated infographic video|
|7.2 How to add video backgrounds to your infographic video|
|8: Data Visualization|
|8.1 How to manually make an animated bar graph|
|8.2 How to use Adobe Illustrator to create an moving bar graph|
|8.3 How to use Excel to create an data visualization bar chart|
|8.4 How to create a data visualization line graph|
|8.5 How to create a data visualization pie chart graph|
|8.6 How to make a number counter ticker|
|8.7 How to create an animated flow chart infographic|
|9: Camera – 2 Node|
|9.1 How to use a 2 node camera to sweep across a data visualization|
|10.1 How to make a donut style pie chart animation|
|10.2 How to mask an image inside pie chart segments|
|10.3 How to make an animated opacity percentage slider|
|10.4 How to animate an object filling up to make it look like liquid|
|11: Real Life Video Infographics|
|11.1 How to get a line to follow the video in Adobe After Effects|
|1.2 Track motion in After Effects to follow a person like ‘Stranger than Fiction’|
|11.3 Camera tracking in After Effects doesn’t work well – do it manually|
|12.1 Exporting infographic video for TV, Websites, Youtube and social media|
|12.2 How to Export data visualization for Microsoft® PowerPoint|
|12.3 How to export animated GIF infographic animation|
|13: What Next?|
|13.1 Class Project: Data visualization and infographic project|
|13.2 What to do next after learning Animated Infographic Videos|
|13.3 Cheat sheet and shortcuts for After Effects|