I'm a senior in high school and I'm still unsure of what I want to do. I'm pretty creative, and I love building and designing things (real life or on a digitally).
I've been leaning more towards either an engineering major or a creative design major. Jobs like Game Design and Graphic Design interest me.
Are there any others that would be similar to these jobs? I'm not much of an artist but I do have the mindset of one.
I'm thinking of moving up north and either finding a graphic design job or opening up my own design business. I know Anchorage is the largest city, but I wonder if anyone can clue me in to creative industry there and the overall business climate.
I'm about to start a graphic design job and am slightly worried that I won't be able to do everything that is asked of me. I'm not too bad with Photoshop, Indesign and Illustrator but I could certainly improve. What are some of the things that are expected of me?
On an added note – how about specific things I should know how to do in Photoshop, Indesign and Illustrator?
I have a BTEC National diploma in electronic media where I studied graphic design, 2d and 3d animation, web authoring and web design, and I have just finished studying magazine publishing.
I want to get into design for print / graphic design jobs but I feel that my degree and previous qualifications isn't enough. I'm trying to get internships at design companies and local magazines and newspapers with very little success.
What Shall I do?
I have a regular job during the week but also have a freelance graphic design job during the evenings and weekends. Do I need a business license to do this or can I just write it off next year at tax time as additional income?
Also, what can I write off as a deductible at tax time for this freelance work? I know I can write off my transportation costs and materials but is there anything else like internet, etc?
A 2007-06-27 job posting on NYASLA's web site suggests it's AutoCAD (see below), but previous Answers have suggested Maya. Have they changed recently? Are those the same package under two different names?
From the listing:
"HGTV’s Hidden Potential is looking for talented, motivated Jr. Architects and Designers AutoCAD operators to join our Design Team. This is a unique opportunity to work alongside our on camera architect and designer in helping them achieve their visions. We design a high volume of residences and at the end of the job, a Jr. Architect will walk away with amazing 3D animations and still renderings of their design work. It is a fun, fast-paced design environment."
"The ideal candidate has an eye for design – structural and interior – is proficient in AutoCAD, and is able to contribute to the creative design process on a daily basis. One must be computer savvy as our design team continually uses various software tools and FTP sites..."
I'm thinking about being a graphic designer when I get older but I want a job that is fun and that I enjoy. Are there any graphic design jobs where you get to work with celebrities or travel? Also if I were to work on the Ellen Degeneres show or if I were to design products or logos for Justin Bieber, would I actually get to meet with them? What kind of jobs are there for graphic designers? I don't want to be sitting at a computer most of the time.
I would love to have a creative job at a game company, but I'm not quite sure what I should study at university. Input from anyone would be greatly appreciated.
I need a creative way of sending of graphic desgin cvs for graphic design jobs.
I usually look for volunteer work in the graphic design field so I have some volunteer work related to my career interest. I check volunteermatch often an 90?f the graphic design jobs I find require people to be over the age of 18. The jobs they ask for are fairly simple and any experience designer with a creative taste can do the job but I can't show interest in the task just because of my age? Shouldn't the talent be judged by the portfolio they present as well as their experience?
I am an artist and a designer trying to find a graphic designing job for a long time. there are several limitations for me. firstly, i don't have formal education on designing and secondly, i don't have commercial experience. but i have achieved high proficiency on graphic designing applications on my own. is there a way out?
I always hear something about entry level graphic design jobs, what other higher levels are there in the field? is that what they mean by it?
I'm in mechanical engineering, and I'd like to find a company where I can work with creative professionals on different projects, and have some exposure to/responsibilities of both sides of the job; both engineering and creative design. Thanks!
I am not very clever and the only things I am good at is art and design stuff when I am older I want to be an interior designer but I in a way I would love to be clever enough to have a jobs in things like working for NASA or be a doctor people that accturly do stuff for the world like find new planets or help find out more about mars. Can design jobs be as good to?
I just got a freelance job as a concept artist for an indie game company and I want to expand my skills to be a complete game artist. I don't have time or money for a degree though.
What skills do I need to teach myself that I would gain in a creative design/game art/graphics degree?
I'm pretty familiar with Photoshop and I have an intuos.
As in, what is the title of the position within the organization. I know most car manufacturers have a creative design team that creates the overall image of the vehicle, but that's not what I'm looking for. I'm looking for the person responsible for choosing colors of the vehicles, deciding whether to market special edition models, and deciding what option packages will be marketed to consumers. The official title within the organization is all I need. Thanks!
My friend and I are making a career health display board and we need a catchy and creative title for the job of "Intensive Care Neonatology Nursing" ? We also need ideas to make a creative design for our board? This has to do with premature babies and sick babies when they are first born. Any ideas?
I am a Creative Designer (of Calendars, Brochure, Prospectus, Advertisements etc.). I have heard that freelance jobs are available through the Web. I can see the job, quote my price and if selected, submit my job through internet and collect payment. I want to know, where/in which website can I search for these jobs?
People that see my portfolio really like it.
But for some reason, all of the Jr Art director Jobs and Graphic design jobs are not available.
I know photoshop, illustrator, indesign, and a tiny bit of after effects.
What is going on?
I currently have a BA hons degree in textile design in which I specialised in print. I have been finding it increasingly difficult to find employment in textiles and was thinking of trying for graphic design jobs as well, but although I have the design knowledge and can use some software as photoshop and illustrator, I would like to know how to use other software and learn to do web design etc. Does anyone know any courses available that I can do part-time to get these additional skills.