This year, I’ve been doing a lot of print design through my work as a student at the University of Oregon, Graphic Designer at Design and Editing Services, and Web Communications Assistant at the Lundquist College of Business. However, within this year, I have been given various opportunities to work with GIFs and animation. Working with movement is very different from working on print materials. You have to think about timing and sequencing, which is not something you come across when designing for print. Here are two examples — one GIF and one animation — from these past couple of months that I have created.