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Morgan Pajeau

on 2 May 2013

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by Morgan Pajeau GRAPHIC DESIGNER Description EDUCATION/TRAINING SALARY "DAY IN THE LIFE" Create logos, ads, brochures, layouts, and many other designs
Design printed advertisements for newspapers, billboards, and magazines
Meet with executives to discuss promotions
Work with the writers to discuss the contents or message of an ad
Work overtime
Are creative and artistic
Usually have an associate or bachelor's degree In high school, it'd be helpful to take Art, Multi-Media Design, and Photography
need to be skilled in using QuarkXPress, FreeHand, Illustrator, Photoshop, 3ds Max, Acrobat, Director, Dreamweaver, and Flash
some employers have training courses In Wisconsin -> $38,940
In the U.S. -> $43,500 small offices=free-lance work, develop ideas, prepare sketches, choose colors and lettering, and design final product
large graphic art departments=job divided between specialized designers and illustrators
projects vary -> may design brochures, posters, direct mailers, web pages, or marketing inserts
you may scan photos, prepare and proof final pieces, do press checks, and deliver a finished product
may meet with clients or administrative staff to review projects and develop marketing strategies
sometimes, you may produce graphics or animation for TV About Him.. ...continued there's a lot of face-to-face meetings with clients
other ways of communicating with a client are fax, email, and sending PFDs
David Airey Specializes in designing brand identities
worked with Yellow Pages (Canada), Giacom (England), Asian Development Bank (Philippines), and Berthier Associates (Japan)
gained experience by working in the UK and US
lives in Northern Ireland
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