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365 PRINT DEPOT
904 east 149 st
Posted: December 08 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 3 Full-time, Paid
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DescriptionA graphic designer is responsible for creating design solutions that have a high visual impact. The role involves listening to clients and understanding their needs before making design decisions.
Their designs are required for a huge variety of products and activities, such as, advertising, menus, brochures, posters, business cards, vehicle wraps, banners, signs,.
A graphic designer works to a brief agreed with the client, creative director or account manager. They develop creative ideas and concepts, choosing the appropriate media and style to meet the client's objectives.
Typical work activities:
A graphic designer's job may involve managing more than one design brief at a time and allocating the relevant amount of time according to the value of the job. Typical activities include:
meeting clients or account managers to discuss the business objectives and requirements of the job;
interpreting the client's business needs and developing a concept to suit their purpose;
developing design briefs by gathering information and data through research;
thinking creatively to produce new ideas and concepts;
using innovation to redefine a design brief within the constraints of cost and time;
presenting finalised ideas and concepts to clients. The programs most used in this type of industry are, photoshop, illustrator, corel draw and flexi. Proofreading to produce accurate and high-quality work is a must. contributing ideas and design artwork to the overall brief;
demonstrating illustrative skills with rough sketches;
working on layouts and artworking pages ready for print.