I am a designer that does not work with much motion graphics. Since I am at a startup I wear many hats. I have created a 30 second animation for our company that explains our product. The type animates in and I was using only two different variations:
A swipe for the first and last titles that look alike (Call that Style A)
A slide up for all of the typography in 3 scenes. This explained a 3 step process of our product. (Call that Style B)
I figured two variations of animating-in type was enough for a 30 second video and it made sense to group them. However I received feedback from a non-designer that Style B seemed too repetitive and they wanted to see another animation.
I think that may be a bit much and they'd lose a sense of connectivity and consistency. I think it makes sense that all three steps in Style B shared the same animation.
I'd like to see if there's any motion designers that have opinions on the matter so I can make an informed design decision. My gut tells me I have it right but my expertise is not in motion graphics.