Source: Title Sequence by Saul Bass, Vertigo, Fair Use, Example of Motion Graphics, When I Grow Up, Fair Use
Motion graphic design is a time-based practice that applies design elements and principles to movement.
A title sequence tells the film or show’s synopsis while introducing the names of the people that worked on the film
A wave vibration that produces an auditory effect.
Editing is a process of piecing together segments of graphical sequence to convey a particular message in time.
Saul Bass was a graphic designer who pioneered the use of motion graphics on films and commercials in the 50's and 60's.