Careers in Culture – Careers in Visual Arts and Crafts

> Designing a print product

Graphic design has many branches. Designers working in print have careers in journalism, book publishing, advertising, television and product packaging – just about any field where the message requires fresh and striking visual images. They may work producing magazines, newspapers, journals, corporate reports or designing promotional displays and packaging. Some specialize in creating distinctive logos and brands or developing signs and signage systems—called environmental graphics—for business and government. An increasing number are developing material for web pages, interactive media, and multimedia projects. Scroll through the image below to see what people in each of these positions do.

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