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After Effects
A Guide to After Effects Menus: Composition

Let's continue our journey into After Effects' top tabs with Composition.

Online Education for Motion Designers: The School of Motion Way

We designed our online education for everyone, and we couldn't be happier with the results.

After Effects
A Guide to After Effects Menus: Edit

How well do you know the menus in After Effects? There are a few hidden gems, so we're calling them out. Let's look at Edit.

How to Use Loom like a Pro

Loom is incredibly useful for remote workers, and we've found a few tips for making your videos even better.

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After Effects
A Guide to After Effects Menus: File

How well do you know the menus in After Effects? There are a few hidden gems, so we're calling them out. First up: File.

The Freelance Future: Restructure Your Workflow to Succeed as a Freelancer

If you aim to freelance, you need to restructure your workflow to achieve success.

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What is Blender, and Is It Right for You?

You've no doubt heard about Blender, but what exactly is this incredibly powerful—and incredibly free—program?

How to Take Control of Your Animation Career Like a BOSS

We talked with experts to learn just what tips you need to take control of your animation career...like a boss!

Five Healthy Work Practices for Working from Home

Working from home can be a game-changer, so here are some tips to stay healthy and productive.

Meet the New SOM Community Team

School of Motion is investing in our community, and we're bringing in an incredible team to help us out!

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Motion Design in Unreal Engine

Unreal Engine cannot be ignored, and we're pumped to show you just what it can bring to the world of motion design.

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What Makes a Cinematic Shot: A Lesson for Motion Designers

What makes a shot "cinematic," and how can you use those lessons to improve your animations?