Graphic Designers
Job Role

Graphic Designers utilize various multimedia tools for visual communication.

They are knowledgeable about:

  • conceptual problem solving

  • innovation

  • critical thinking

  • formal design

  • branding

  • packaging

  • marketing strategies

A successful graphic designer can demonstrate a real-world approach to design and functionality. They should also have strong interpersonal communication skills.

Recommended Education

  • Associate's Degree, practical work      experience

  • Bachelor's Degree

  • Specific computer-related elearning

  • Technical certifications

Ref: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Occupational Outlook Handbook
2004 -05 Edition

What to Expect

The increased demands for creative marketing visual communication messages have created a need for skilled Graphic Designers.

Graphic Designers who continue to increase their skills using the most current multi-media tools and demonstrate creativity will be valuable assets to any organization.

They can have careers in various industries such as government, wholesale and retail, advertising and the entertainment industry.

Employment Opportunities

  • Graphic Designer

  • Typographic Designer

  • Print Designer

  • Package Designer

  • Publication Designer

  • Branding and Identity Designer

  • Corporate, Environmental and Retail      Designer

  • Entertainment Designer
LearnKey Courses

  • InDesign

  • Flash

  • Fireworks

  • Dreamweaver

  • Illustrator

  • Photoshop

  • Acrobat 7.0

  • FrontPage


*Meets Certification Exam Objective
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