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Careers in ArT & DeSiGn

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NIna Boscan

on 14 October 2014

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Art & Design Careers
by: Nina bOSCAN
of different jobs
There are 10 types of Art & Design Careers to choose from
Graphic Arts
Web Design

1.What types of Art & Design Careers are there?
2.Which ones pay the most?
3.How popular are each one?
Animation/Motion Picture
Digital Artist
Design Management
Physical Design
digital artist
Digital or multimedia artists use technology to make their artwork come alive. In addition to traditional art techniques, such as drawing and sculpture, digital artists use computer software to create 3-D animation, interactive website graphics, or digitally enhanced photographs. They may also develop storyboards for animation scenes and edit animation effects. Digital artists typically work in motion pictures, software publishing, and advertising firms.
Design Management
The design industry generates billions of dollars in many sectors of the Canadian economy including manufacturing, construction, materials supply, transportation, retail, marketing, and consulting services. Graduates will be equipped to enter or progress within the growing numbers of organizations where design is considered to have strategic importance.
Architecture/ Physical design
Architects design buildings and living spaces for public and private use. They create initial design sketches, detailed building plans and models of the buildings they work on. To create plans, architects may use software programs like computer-aided design and building information modeling. Besides planning and design, architects may also be concerned with the legal, financial and scheduling aspects of a project.
Animation/ Motion picture
Animators work in a wide range of industries to express stories or marketing concepts through visual media, animation, digital graphics or special effects. They are generally expected to have freehand art skills as well as the ability to use computers and other technology to create storyboards, 3-D models and computer simulations. Animators who work outside the entertainment industry are typically employed by advertising firms or related businesses to communicate promotional messages.
web design
Web designers develop and maintain websites and their features, including advertising banners, graphical user interfaces and updates. They need a strong understanding of layout and navigation principles to create aesthetically appealing websites that are also easy to use for viewers.
Graphic arts
Fashion design degree programs teach individuals how to channel abstract, artistic design concepts into actual fashions or wearable clothing. Students study traditional and computer-generated fashion design techniques and may obtain an associate's, bachelor's or master's degree in this field of study. Subjects studied in these programs range from pattern development and drawing to visual merchandising and advanced styling, depending on the degree level. Advanced studies could include business-related coursework, such as marketing and promotions. Students of a degree program in fashion design have the opportunity to complete a portfolio, which can be shown to prospective employers, and include their work in a fashion show.
Individuals working in the publishing industry are responsible for producing written works, including periodicals (a magazine or other journal that is issued at regularly recurring intervals) and books. Degree programs in this field range from publishing and production to publishing law and journalism.
The publishing field encompasses the creation and production of a body of written work, usually printed, although the term also refers to electronic media. The term 'publisher' normally refers to the administrators responsible for overseeing the publication process, though the overall publishing industry includes careers in writing, editing, production, sales and management.
The printing process has three stages—prepress, press, and binding or postpress. In small print shops, job printers are usually responsible for all three stages. They check proofs for errors and print clarity and correct mistakes, print the job, and attach each copy's pages together. In most printing firms, however, each of the stages is the responsibility of a specialized group of workers. Prepress technicians and workers are responsible for the first stage, preparing the material for printing presses. They perform a variety of tasks involved with transforming text and pictures into finished pages and making printing plates of the pages.
the art or skill of combining text and pictures in advertisements, magazines, or books
graphics that use video footage and/or animation technology to create the illusion of motion or rotation, and are usually combined with audio for use in multimedia projects
A Web designer is someone who designs Web pages
the art or practice of taking and processing photographs
of or relating to typesetting, page layout, and other work done on a publication before it is actually printed
Digital art is an artistic work or practice that uses digital technology as an essential part of the creative or presentation process
the occupation, business, or activity of preparing and issuing books, journals, and other material for sale
Design management is a business discipline that uses project management, design, strategy, and supply chain techniques to control a creative process
involves anything related to the design, creation, or marketing of clothes and accessories
the design and implementation of physical structures and space
-mean annual wage of $48,730
- expected to grow 13% during 2010-2020
Photographers use knowledge gained through classroom study and practical experience to take digital or traditional photographs. Classes taken through degree or certificate programs can teach students about various camera effects, lenses and digital editing techniques. Photographers use these and other skills to create images that may illustrate a story, create a narrative, record an image or create an artistic effect. Photographers are much more likely than most workers to be self-employed. They may work in a variety of different specializations, from portrait or wedding photography to photojournalism or fine art photography. More photographers are currently using digital cameras as the medium becomes more affordable. Photographers who still work with 35mm film cameras must have access to a darkroom or a developing studio
Resources: educationportal.com
-No expected job growth from 2010-20
-expected job growth by 24% from 2010-20
Graphic designers use a combination of artistic skill and technical abilities to communicate messages through visual media. These workers design advertisements, magazine layouts, fliers, posters, brochures and many other products used by companies and organizations to express messages or reach potential customers. Graphic designers combine knowledge of color, composition, graphics and type to arrange design elements in a variety of print, visual and digital media.
-Expected job growth (2010-20): 8%
-# of editors expected to decline 2 percent from 2012-2022
-# of authors and writers was expected to increase by 3 percent
-expected to decline from 2010-14
-expected to grow 6%
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