My idea of a creative director or similar (same job, different title) is coming up with ideas for certain situations in video games for example in World of Warcraft they might create the concept for a character or a boss encounter and alter it to fit the games gameplay. If I am incorrect in my idea of what the job entails could you explain it to me? I want to know because if it is the fore mentioned I would be really interested in a career like that.
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I want get a job in advertising, possibly become Creative director. What college courses would you think could help me being no near by college has a Advertising course.
Im hoping to be a creative director of a video game developing company. What exactly do they do? Do they ACTUALLY sit on their ass all day and think creativley about the game the company is currently making? How much money do they make? What classes should i be taking in high school and college?
I'm aiming to become a creative director in the video game industry someday in the future, mostly because videogames, graphics design, and visual arts are my passion. What qualifications do you need to become one? Do you need good programing skills?
I need a detailed answer from someone who has experience in this sort of job. Pls help me?! D:
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.
So im 16 and i want to be a video game creative director so my question is what do i have to do to become one , I mean what kind of schools (design, engineering , etc ?? ) i need to go to ? Im currently in high school and i want to know where to go after i finish high school ?
What does a creative director or an art director do, and what would you major in to work towards one of those jobs?
I have been doing design since 2000. However, I do not have many years at once place. I do have the talent, at least I believe I do.
I am wondering what it takes to become a creative director? I very much want to move forward in my visual arts career.
I would want to know how can I become a design/creative director in the fashion industry. What I need for having this job? What college...everything...?
Im in japan right now and gonna finish my high school in 2009.
I want to be a creative director(advertisement) in future and for that im planning to take admission in foreign university.
But i dont know much about the creative director.
Which course should i choose in university?
Which steps are included to become creative director?
Plz give me the brief information about it.
What kind of artistic, creative jobs are there for an artistically challenged person?
Head and heart multi-talented, hands a disaster. I couyld not sketch a ball. I'm fantastic with colors, gramatically correct, yet I am not a writer nor do I have a desire to be an interior designer. I do not want to design web pages. Anything left...? I took the tests, no interesting suggestions, have any?
I am writing a cover letter for my resume, and I don't know who to address it to. The supervisor is listed on the job information sheet I received, but the director is listed first on the website, and the supervisor is listed as the junior creative director on the site, not supervisor. Also, if I do not know their marital status, would it be informal to address the cover letter using their full name?
I am a child photographer and looking to get commercial jobs, most agencies will not add me because I don't have enough commercial work behind me. So what is the best way to get my foot in the door? I was told by someone to do test shoots and submit to children magazines. Would it be better to contact creative directors with samples of my work?
I did a freelance job from March-April 6th and the creative director wrote me back saying he will keep in touch when more work is available. He wrote to me on the 9th of April...it is April 25th and haven't heard anything from him. I still haven't received my check from the work as well.
What I'm asking is what do I say in the email to keep in touch and that I haven't received my check but sound professional.
I've been looking up the meanings but i'm still a bit confused on the differences...
what is a Marketing Designer
what is a Advertising Designer
what is a Graphic Designer
what is an Art Director
What is a Creative Director
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That question was first asked a week ago but I reasked it for more insights. This is the development of the case:
Since the company rules no longer match the internship requirement and the majority of the staffs have voiced their opinions that I should fire the intern. The creative director/one of the owners which is his supervisor got into a heated debate with the board of directors regarding the issue but he's finally giving up. I just contacted the representative of the university and she said that although my company violated the internship rules but they would not go as far as challenging us legally if we talk to the intern calmly and reasonably. And we have to persuade him to take another year and doing internship somewhere else.
This is still on the planning stage, the intern has not been fired nor given any warnings yet. But the intern will be informed as soon as he finishes the projects he's currently been assigned to.
Am a commerce graduate in india working in finance since 6 months.Wanna jump to advertising.What job can i expect as a fresher?my aim is to become a Creative Director in 4 or 5 years.Can i enter the creative department directly?
Which title is considered to be more senior "head of Design" or "creative director"? Thoughts please.
I applied to a company last year and I received an email from the Creative Director asking if I was interested in a position at their company. I immediately responded back saying I was interested and since then I haven't heard anything from them, which was 5 days ago. In this type of situation how long should I wait for a response before emailing or even calling them back?
What's the different between art director and creative director ?
I mean what's the significant difference in their jobs description ?