Graphic Designer

Average Salary
Degree Requirements
Bachelor's Degree

Do you love brands? Are you a creative? Graphic designers create a company’s visual identity using a variety of design mediums. From logos to websites, they confer and consult with their client or team to develop a list of assets needed to perform daily operations. If you’re a collaborative, detail-oriented person, graphic design could be the career for you.

Also known as: Creative Director, Creative Manager, Design Director, Designer, Graphic Artist, Production Artist, Publications Designer
Active Learning
Active Listening
Complex Problem Solving
Critical Thinking
Decision Making
Operations Analysis
Reading Comprehension
Social Perceptiveness
Use computer software to create images and design features
Collaborate with teams and customers to develop and refine designs
Investigate new popular design concepts and software programs
Review materials and suggest improvements based on layout principles and esthetic design concepts
Determine size, style and arrangement of illustrations and text copy
Organize and keep record of all photos, graphics and work products
Operate still or video cameras to create new imagery

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