Transcript: GRAPHIC DESIGN BY: RYAN . T OVERVIEW Graphic Design is the process of creating visual ideas and using photo editing or digital illustration software. It can also be done by hand. The idea of graphic design is to create and captivate or inspire a specific audience. Graphic Designers usually work for advertisements such as magazines, brochures or reports. OVERVIEW RESPONSIBILITIES RESPONSIBILITIES Graphic designers are usually expected to meet with their clients and discuss the layout, and elements of the project. Being able to present and understand ideas with confidence will be expected. They are also responsible for creating aesthetically pleasing works to what the clients needed or desired. Revising works is also very important to improve what you could’ve done better. People who are successful with this job are paid well. People who are starting out this job usually start making $30,000 per year. The average salary for a graphic designer is $48,288 per year in Toronto. Highly experienced graphic designers can make an average of $60,000 per year in Canada. SALARY SALARY RELATED SKILLS RELATED SKILLS Skills in need for this job often need: - Creative thinking/Innovation - Experience with photo editing, digital illustration software - Strong computer knowledge - Exceptional organization and time management skills - Attention to detail INTERESTS INTERESTS Usually having a passion for art, or creating digital concepts are hobbies that can help when becoming a graphic designer. This job should definitely be considered if you have any passion for creating. VALUES VALUES Graphic Designers should value things like recognition. It would be really important to get lots of recognition, especially other companies and advertising agencies. Other things to be valued are achievements you’ve accomplished since results from projects you’ve worked to your best can motivate you to become even better. SCHOOLING SCHOOLING Many colleges or universities can offer courses for graphic design, as well as private design schools. Most programs will teach you art fundamentals like typography and drawing. They’ll also teach how to use digital art software like Photoshop, Illustrator and much more. It will definitely be important to know every feature of the software to maximize your abilities. PREPARATION PREPARATION Becoming a Graphic Designer would require a lot of skills using computer software and visual concepts. Learning or brushing up your skills in digital art software and traditional art can definitely help you reach your goal. Being organized and being able to manage time efficiently can help you in many other jobs aside from Graphic Design as well. REQUIREMENTS REQUIREMENTS You will at the least need a Bachelors Degree from a university, college or private design school. Other than that, your skills will be a huge factor from whether you’ll make it in or not. Having recognition can also help you improve your chances of getting this job, especially being known for something related to your job, whether if that was a job you took before that had the same set of skills you will need to become a graphic designer. CONCLUSION CONCLUSION FUTURE/OUTLOOK FUTURE/OUTLOOK Later on in the future, you’ll most likely be using or experimenting with new types of art, like augmented reality and then 3D printing. The more experienced you are, you’ll most likely be making more money as well. Being a graphic designer can also open up more job opportunities with the skills you have learned. SUMMARY SUMMARY Overall, being a graphic designer is an excellent job. It’s a high pay job, you can potentially work for huge companies and advertising agencies, you can receive lots of recognition from the public and other companies, and you can show your works/achievements to number amounts of people. And people who are really interested in digital illustration/editing software or traditional art, this definitely is a great job to have. LINKS/RESOURCES LINKS/RESOURCES Websites https://www.indeed.com/hire/job-description/graphic-designer https://www.glassdoor.ca/Salaries/toronto-graphic-designer-salary-SRCH_IL.0,7_IM976_KO8,24.htm https://www.theartcareerproject.com/careers/graphic-design/ https://www.jobbank.gc.ca/marketreport/outlook-occupation/5747/ca https://creativepool.com/articles/jobdescriptions/graphic-designer-job-description Images https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.stickpng.com%2Fimg%2Ficons-logos-emojis%2Ftech-companies%2Fphotoshop-logo&psig=AOvVaw1-dTC32aIZkYbhcUkd1cZB&ust=1631742879723000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=0CAsQjRxqFwoTCMiX1Ie6__ICFQAAAAAdAAAAABAD https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cleanpng.com%2Fpng-adobe-after-effects-adobe-after-effects-cs6-ad-4856352%2F&psig=AOvVaw2fN--1Np4uCt1S2SZuQSBv&ust=1631742904909000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=0CAsQjRxqFwoTCJDk2Za6__ICFQAAAAAdAAAAABAQ
Transcript: WHAT IS GRAPIC DESIGN? Graphic design is a creativity and formal characteristics HISTORY OF GRAPHIC DESIGN needs be taught in any particular way amongst historians of graphic design on what the history of graphic design is or what it should be, no scholar studying the subject should commit to any one way of researching, writing, and teaching WHAT IS GRAPHIC DESIGN FOR? Graphic design basically is visual problem solving using text and/or graphical elements. Graphic design is the process and art of combining text and graphics and communicating an effective message in the design of logos, graphics, brochures, newsletters, posters, signs, and any other type of visual communication What graphic designers do? work to visually a particular message or idea that has noticeable appeal. Do you have what it take to be a graphic design? 1.Hard Skills. This refers to your career training, proficiency, expertise and knowledge in making various types of designs like catalogue, brochures, ads, t-shirts, web banners, signage and many others. 2.Soft Skills.This refers to attributes of a person in terms of work ethic, teamwork skills, and positive personality traits. how much do u get pay for being a graphic designer! In 1985 the salary was $21,000 per year now a days they earn $37,000 per year.
Transcript: Something new occurs with technology all the time You continue to learn and progress. Take advantage of world-wide advancements. Art with Technology Creative Opportunities Advertizement Why design? A normal designing job requires four years of college training but it also depends on the company. Opportunities are Everywhere... Designers needed everywhere... Your opinion matters! What's Possible Graphic Tees Shoe Designs Pant Prints Logo Imprinting Everyday On average: 40K Others: 100K Every company needs a right brain. Schooling The Field Logo Creations Photography Travel Movie Suggestions Own Expressions of it all -Lena Busche I have wanted to be a graphic designer My dad is one and loves it Something for me Facts on a Designer Economy Clothing Visuals Me Highway billboards Brochure Appeals Catalogs Magazine Editing Many choices, many skills... How many can you accomplish? How well known will you become to businesses? Travel $
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Transcript: The Road Ahead Planning Planning We started of by going around the school to visit the electives we have to choose from, in other words learn about our options. After we went around all the electives we had to choose from we got a pretty good idea what everything was. Choosing the elective After we talked about electives and we saw the options it was time to choose, the teacher put two of all the electives in the bowl and let us choose from that. Choosing Sketching Sketching After we got our electives we started to sketch out our ideas. We had to sketch 2 different ideas for each of the electives so in total we had to have four different sketches. Voting Voting After we did all of our sketches we spread them around the room and we put them in the category they belonged in so if it was world language it would of been two of my sketches vs the other persons sketches if there was another person that choose that elective. After they were layed out our class plus other classes went around choosing our favorites out the two or four options, we also gave it criteria based on what we thought it needed it or didn't need. Adobe Adobe After we revised our criteria that we got on our sketches the teachers made the final vote and handled us our final elective, we went into adobe and started sketching that elective and we modified a few things we thought could make the sketch better. Printing Out After all of our sketches were finalized we did the final touches and added the colors and we printed out all the sketches together as the final project. Riso Printer
Transcript: Graphic Design Team BIO MATT (FAMOUS PEOPLE AND CATCH PHRASES) FINAL T-SHIRT DESIGN LETTERHEAD, CARD, AND ENVELOPE ADVERTISEMENT ERICA RACHEL Electricitees is a graphic design team that specializes in t-shirts for ages 14-18. It consists of Rachel England (Designer), Erica Brunker (Marketing Director), and Matt Rosenberg (Creative Director). They have been working together for all of three weeks. Their company's headquarters is located at the top of the grand staircase in room 350. (Humor) GRAPHS For our final design, instead of going with the survey results, we decided to go with our prefered design. We tought our survey was flawed because when we went back and asked the people who marked "Sports" what they meant, they said Nike or Adidas logos. We, of course, cant do trademark iteams, so therefore, our survey was flawed. THE END
Transcript: A few things about me: Hi, I'm Natasha Student Learning never exhuasts the mind. -Leonardo Da Vinci Education High School Medical Lake High School Graduated with Honors 4 years AFJROTC Squadren commander 2 years Book Club President Avid Artist College Going to be attending; Graphic Design Journalism French Works of Art "Painting is Poetry that is seen rather then felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather then seen." -Leonardo Da Vinci Drawing "Keep good company- that is go to the Louvre." Paul Cezanne Printing Sketching "Painting is the grandchild of nature. It is related to God." Rembrant Folding Painting "Creativity Takes Courage." -Henri Matisse Creasing Things I Love Skills My Skills Accomplished arigami artist Set up and design websites and social media sites Self educated on the basics of french Studied the old artist masters; Veermer, Da Vinci, Rembrandt, Manet, Monet, Michaelangelo, Van Gogh Basic to intermediate computer skills Familiar with the Dewy decibal system Hobbies My Hobbies Studing Medical Journals and Diseases The History and Practie of the art of Tea Gardening Playing the Violin Fun Fact Fun Fact I'm a Twin The Parent of a siamiese-snow shoe cat, named Mischief I love Alice in Wonderland Awards and Honors Awards and Honors Recevied for the saving of someone elses life without risking your own. I was awarded this senior year of Air Force JROTC. Silver Valor Award Silver Valor Award 5th Place in unarmed indiviual drill Contact Details firstname.lastname@example.org 509-720-3249 Questions? Comments? Concerns?
Transcript: Elements of Graphic Design Eyeflow Heirarchy is an organization of elements of design into different levels of importance. Color is a part of graphic design that can be Applied to any other element. It can also be used to make an image stand out and evoke emotion White Space This is an example of spacing. This is an area that you can play with and make unique when designing something. The distance between texts, objects, logo design, colors, and other elements help to trigger our minds to explore graphic designs. Contrast Dominance Typography Gestalt The blank white space signifies the conception of another unique design. This is an example of Graphic Design. Graphic Design Is basically solving a problem Visually using text or graphical elements. The purpose is to catch the eye of the viewer and make it pleasing to them. Keep in mind though that it can’t just look good, it has to work together as well. Dominance helps you to create a focal point in your design. It will create an entry point on the page from which you can lead the viewer to other parts of the page. Unity Balance Graphic Design Contrast is used to compare in order to show unlikeness or differences Eye flow in design is when one aspect of the picture stands out and helps to lead the viewer’s eye into another aspect of the picture. Color Balance adds equity and continuity to a picture. This gives the photo or design further character with other aspects like color and spacing. The art of arranging type, type design and and modifying type glyphs. Space Heirarchy Unity is a measure Of how the elementsof a page seem to fit together. Gestalt is a general description for the concepts that make unity and variety possible in design.
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