gabriele ricci lavora come freelance creative motion designer e director

Gabriele Ricci, also known as Ricci – Design in Motion®, is a freelance creative motion director and 3D designer who works as a professional partner for companies.

Since the beginning of his career as a freelance motion graphics designer until today, 16 years have passed during which Gabriele Ricci has evolved in his profession as a freelance creative motion director.

From a solo freelance motion designer to the creative director of his studio, Ricci – Design in Motion®, let’s get to know Gabriele Ricci in an interview released to Michele Magnoni, the owner of the web agency Mabu Digital.

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motion design NID teacher

Gabriele Ricci will teach at the new Master Course in Motion Design at NID, Perugia – ITALY

In 2019, I had the opportunity to teach a course about Visual Effects and Compositing with After Effects at *Civica Scuola di Cinema Luchino Visconti, thanks to my colleague Claudio Bellizzi at EDI Effetti Digitali Italiani.

Today—with four years of teaching experience, I am excited to participate in a new fantastic project.

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gabriele ricci special star for creative direction

Digital Designer Gabriele Ricci wins “Special Star” for Creative Direction at Mediastar 27

During the 27th edition of Mediastar, Gabriele Ricci wins the Special Star for Creative Direction.

The award consolidates the designer’s professional journey.

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Why to choose a freelance video consultant for your next 3d video animation

When it comes to producing a 3D video animation, you may be considering whether to hire a freelance video consultant or an agency.

While agencies may seem like the obvious choice with their larger teams and established reputation, there are several reasons why choosing a freelance video consultant may be a better option for your project.

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immagine e render di 3D motion design

3D design, 10 tips for the “aspiring motion designers.”

3D rendering and content creation are currently a growing trend.

They can help communicate complex technical aspects, engage users or amplify a brand.

In this article, I want to share with you some tips and relevant aspects that can help you develop further your 3D skills and take them to the next level!

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gabriele ricci riceve il premio mediastar

Motion Designer and Art Director Gabriele Ricci wins two awards at Mediastar 26

Gabriele Ricci wins two significant awards at Mediastar 26 for conceptualization and production of the video trailer “In Dante Veritas”.

The video introduces the project of the visionary artist Vasily Klyukin and celebrates the 700th anniversary of Dante Alighieri’s death.

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contrast is a key aspect of visual design

Visual design, 10 tips for the aspiring motion designers

When we talk about motion design, we focus on animation too much, and we don’t care too much about video visual design.

Animation is a crucial aspect of a motion design project, but it is not the only one that needs consideration.

We should focus more on the graphic design of the elements that populate the animation.

In this article, I want to share with you some tips and key aspects to developing for improving your visual design skills and taking them to the next level!

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the italian motion design studio of ricci gabriele

Open the personal motion design studio of Ricci – Design in Motion®.

I decided to create my motion design studio in Gallarate (Varese – italy), a strategic area near Milano and Switzerland. A place where I can work as a freelance motion designer with talents and professionals who operate in visual communication, art, and design.

A place where sharing ideas, opinions, techniques and find everything you need for working together and do outstanding projects!

The studio is located in a very strategic area, near the city’s center, the train station, and the highway.

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