The art of motion graphics as we know it, began in the early 1990s. Until then, flying logos were about the extent of the art. Although the art of designing motion graphics dates back as the opening credits of Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo.
When the WWE graphics department wanted to bulk up their Final Cut Pro, Motion and Shake skills, they called the professional trainers at the Manhattan Edit Workshop. Run by award-winning filmmaker and writer Josh Apter, the workshop squeezes weeks of training into four-day sessions.