20 Brilliant Examples of Kinetic Typography

November 21, 2013 · 0 comments

by Anders

Kinetic typography is the art of expressing by means of animated text. Literally, the term means moving text. It is done by manipulating and dynamically displaying text on a screen in a way that will help you express an emotion, a message or an idea eloquently.

The technique of kinetic typography has become more popular in recent years. Graphic designers that are skilled in After Effects have, at their disposal, infinite potential in making words and letters move in wonderful ways. This can be very powerful e.g. for corporate adverts. The essence of kinetic typography though is in capturing the ambiance of the subject through the addition of subtle alterations.

Below, I have compiled a list of 20 kinetic typography examples to give you some food for thought. They will show you how you can express your ideas through typography and perhaps give you an idea on how to superbly present your own products or services. Please feel free to share your thoughts on kinetic typography with us through the comments. You may also share this post with friends, so that they too can marvel at the potentials of kinetic typography.


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Author : Anders

Anders is Co-founder of Tripwire Magazine. He is into WordPress topics, Web design, Web-development and also interested in SEO and Online Marketing. He has started Splashmagazine.com and he’s also writing for other blogs. Anders is a passionate blues musician and a family-man, as well.

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