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Graphic Design by Mind Map: Graphic Design

1. Job Description

1.1. They design web pages, brochures, logos, signs, books, magazine covers, annual reports, advertisements, and other communication materials. Graphic designers create these materials by hand or by using technology, including computer software programs.

2. Areas of Specialty

2.1. Brand Identity and Logo Design. ...

2.2. Packaging Design. ...

2.3. Web and Mobile Design. ...

2.4. Layout and Print Design. ...

2.5. Prepare for Your Graphic Design Career.

3. Degree Needed

3.1. Bachelor's Degree

4. Experience Needed

4.1. Internships

5. Skills and Abilities needed

5.1. creativity, communication, typography, adobes creative app's, interactive media, coding, branding, delivering presentations

6. Salary Range

6.1. $29,000-$93,000

7. Companies/Organizations

7.1. AIGA. AIGA, the professional association for design, is the place design professionals turn to first to exchange ideas and information, participate in critical analysis and research and advance education and ethical practice. ...

7.2. SEGD. ...

7.3. RGD. ...

7.4. UCDA. ...

7.5. Society of Graphic Designers of Canada. ...

7.6. AIGA SF. ...

7.7. AGDA. ...

7.8. ADCE.

8. Certifications/licenses

8.1. Adobe® offers , Certification exists in many different coding languages as well as for different platforms. JavaScript, HTML, Python and CSS

9. Job Outlook

9.1. A graphic designer is a professional within the graphic design and graphic arts industry who assembles together images, typography, or motion graphics to create a piece of design. A graphic designer creates the graphics primarily for published, printed or electronic media, such as brochures and advertising.

10. Why Choose this Profession

10.1. Design will always be in demand. ...

10.2. Design opens up so many different career paths.

10.3. Designing will boost your problem-solving skills.

10.4. You'll enjoy working as part of a team. ...

10.5. There's (usually) no need for a suit and tie