A graphic designer is a person who designs logos, branding elements and images to get a company or person noticed. They may design one type of brand identity or many. A graphic designer is a full-time employee who works for companies, big or small. Graphic designers come from different industries, though:
Textile designers: They deal with textiles and graphics for brands such as H&M and Adidas.
They deal with textiles and graphics for brands such as H&M and Adidas. Transportation design: They design logos, animations, graphics and forms for car manufacturers.
They design logos, animations, graphics and forms for car manufacturers. Computer scientists: They design websites, computer games, apps, software, and other things.
Jobs and Scope
Most people who want to learn the craft of graphic design as a career know that the usual set of skills and knowledge is already in place for a designer. What they may not know, however, is how to use these skills as the first step in launching a successful career in the industry. That’s where one might begin to question how practical the pursuit of a career in design actually is. And that’s exactly why I decided to write this article.
I hope this will serve to demystify the life of a Graphic Designer and inspire you to see the world in a new light. This is a long one, folks; but it will be a fun read regardless.