To get the most out of my time I try to find ways to make my workflow faster. It's always helpful to have a good support team in the background. Not all the listed applications are only for workflow. Some are helpful apps to make your computer more interesting. Below is a list of six great applications for Mac OS and one for Windows.Read More
Motion design is an odd career. In many ways it is what you make it. When you first start, prepare for a couple hard years making a name for yourself and building a career. Then — put your head down and pull yourself through a couple more. If you can stick with it, motion design will then become an incredibly fun and profitable career.Read More
From my own experience, I wanted to one day be a "motion designer." I didn't think once about specializing in anything. Or for that matter, considered the amount of programs available. So, what is the 'right' program for motion graphics?Read More
To get the most out of my production workflow I use a variety of smaller applications. Applications like After Effects, Cinema 4D, Illustrator and Premiere are all integral to production. Yet, they aren't the only applications I use everyday. Here are the apps I've found that helped me find success in professional production. From small tools running in the background, to apps useful at certain times - here is your transparent guide.Read More
This is my second attempt at creating a blog. I tried once before, with posts consistently inconsistent and content lacking content. Needless to say, they weren't useful for a large majority. I'm looking at 2015 as a year to get my act together.
I'll be writing about a many topics, but will always focus on design + process. This is content that I've wanted to post about for a long time but have never had a proper medium. The Summit series has always been a start-to-finish project based approach to learning. Unfortunately, the Summit series has glazed over some important topics about design and ideation. This blog is an attempt to cover all the in-betweens and gaps that have been missed in Summits.
I'll do my best to provide materials that are useful, informative and easily understood. As always, the goal of Mt. Mograph is to make content that is unique, fun, educational and most importantly accessible.