Hopefully this will be the first in an ongoing series of articles, helping you understand the basics of how to become a successful graphic designer, and what to think about while starting out. Best of luck on your journey.
So, graphic design is about problem solving. It’s about introducing a problem, identifying the components of the problem, and then channeling the way that people experience your design to convey a specific message…At least that’s what I’ve learned over time. Graphic design is easy to talk about in school. Problems in design have to be addressed and solved, no matter what path you choose. Everything you do in class, from typography projects to branding projects, it all comes back to “problem solving.”
It’s often said that 99% of advertising is wasted—that people will ignore a billboard in the middle of their commute, forget a TV ad that ran last week, and quickly delete an email without even reading it. That’s why you need to stop thinking like a marketer and think like a designer, who takes an interest in every aspect of visual communication.
Should your brand incorporate a logo or should it just stick to text? To answer that question by first discussing the benefits of each and then second demonstrating how to incorporate the two. It is important to not just discuss the benefits of these design elements but also the contexts in which they are applied.
There are many different courses and degrees that you can choose from, but as with any degree, certain schools will offer more than others. Design programs can vary dramatically in terms of curriculum, which is a major factor to consider if you are serious about an education
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