Okay so I am going to school and pursuing a degree in GCAD (Graphic communication and design).
My school doesn't offer a specific Web design degree, although there are a decent chunk of Web Design classes you can choose to take under the GCAD degree. I plan to take all of them that I can. Now I've been researching online and most entry jobs say you need an associate's degree in the field. Does this graphic design degree count?
I am a Mac OS X developer but I think that a developer is too serious and I want more interesting designing. What would I do to learn how to create Mac OS X UI's? Anyone know of any good websites/blogs ect. Thanks.
Hi all! What job description am I seeking if I need to make a business idea come to life in the form of a website. This website would allow users to upload their own information (sort of like this site where we all have our little animated pictures and personalities, etc.) and would be on a sophisticated scale. I am assuming it would be someone who would be able to write code? But, what kind? Should this be a programmer, web designer, or someone else? Thanks in advance!
I got an assignment from my college in which i got this question. Pleaseeeee help!!!!!
Ive got the ideas, ive got the product to sell but no knowledge of html, who can i hire to do the job or possibly for free?
What classes should I start with. I am college educated but nothing related to computers - looking for a hobby/potential second job. I have to admit, I am lacking in computer skills so I need to start with basics
Which of the two has more market. Please help me. Is it okay to study web designing without the knowledge of Graphic Designing?
I'm a fourteen year old girl, I love playing games, I always have, and i though about it alot, and i have come to the conclusion of wokring in the gaming indusrty when im older, I know im 'to young' to be thinking about this now, but i kind of have to know what i want to be? Anyway i want to be a games designer, but i also want to be able to come up with the ideas of the games and maybe also be a programmer too? What i want to know is what do i have to study [in collage] to be able to be 'good' at this?
Hey guys, I've surfed the Internet with no direct answer. I would like to get a summary of all jobs available at a gaming company and what they do. For example: Programmer, designer, engineer, etc.
What is the ballpark salary for positions like this? People who are doing it do you enjoy it?
I am in an Executive Administrative Assistant position currently. The Graphic Artist they hired didn't work out. Next thing I know I have Illustrator, Photoshop, and Acrobat dumped in my lap, I'm told to "figure it out" and get all of their weekly newsletters done and all of their product flyers created. I've now found this is the only part of my job that I acutally enjoy. I am considering returning to college to complete my BS and persue this path. I have 4 years of art classes behind me but unfortunately no "computer art" experience except for what I've taught myself.
What are the different types of designers can you be and what is the minimum and maximum you can get paid doing these jobs?? :) thankss xx
What should i include in my resume, what should i leave it how should i go about searching, should i be sending my resume to advertising companies, etc. basically what are some good tips to get a job that i know i'm qualified for?
I'm older, out of work - again - and want to pursue a career in something that I enjoy. I'm not only good at creating documents and forms, I enjoy it and would love to pursue this as a career.
Problem is, I have no idea what keywords or job title, to search for. Thank you 6/16/10
If not what is the difference ?
I want to be a good designer and am wondering what are some things i really should brush up on so i could get a good job. preferably people in the buisness i would like to answer. thanks
What is the job field?
Hello, I am in need of some advice on how to change jobs/careers out of web site design and development. I have had various temp contract jobs over the past 2 yrs and I am tired of the job security. It seems to me that in 2007, with all this cheesy myspace, youtube, and user generated content, web design is a very broad term, and amateur designers with no background are using the web for crap, and on the other side their is too much software, languages to learn, and each back-end web project is various, to focus on 1 thing, just redudant content management and uploading through an interface. And alot of jobs now are 20hrs.prt time, web designer/SEO, or 20 freelance asp.net programming on some stupid intranet, not even worth being a full-time employee.
In everyones opinion, is this type of work worth a day job, or just part, contract, remotely from home?
Also, how can you transfer into another type of work , when all your skills are web-related?
Need serious professional advice.