Classification: Jobs of Graphic Designers
Graphic designers create visual concepts, by hand or using computer software, to communicate ideas that inspire, inform, or captivate consumers. They help to make a company to stand out in franchise from choosing colors, images, or logo designs to represent an idea or identity to be used in advertisement and promotions. There are so many ways you can branch off of Graphic Design. It’s used all around the world such as the labels on food you eat, the covers of the CD albums you listen to in the car in your CD player, the labels on your name brand and or off brand clothes you wear on a daily basis, signs, websites, and other products. Graphics are pretty important. If we didn’t have a label or a picture or something to tell us what we’re wearing, eating, or whatever products are being sold, everyone would be clueless and skeptical. Everything would be so plain and look the same.
Graphic design also plays a huge role in clothes in today’s fashion industry. Fashion designers are focused on the creation and production of clothes and accessories. These companies have to come up with a brand or a symbol to represent their clothing line and what people would like to wear. Graphic tees is something that a lot of kids, teenagers, and adults wear; especially skateboarders. They even has graphic art on the bottom of their skateboards which makes their skateboard “cool” in a way, because of the art on it.
The graphics on movie posters brings in an audience to watch the movie as wells as the Trailer about the movie before its release and too catches people attention to buy a ticket and see the movie. Movie posters basically symbolize the main concept of the film. It tells what it’s all about. You have to take the main idea and create an image or graphic design to stand out and draw people in. You should want them to say, “Oh, I wonder what that movie is about, it looks interesting!” The same goes for album covers. Some album...
Cited: undefined. (March 29, 2012). Graphic Designers. In Bureau of Labor Statistics. . Retrieved August 27, 2012, from http://www.bls.gov/ooh/Arts-and-Design/Graphic-designers.htm.
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