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Find your path

After deciding to go into graphic design in high school I never really knew what I wanted for a career. I always told people that I would go into marketing or advertising; I didn’t know much else graphic designers did. Fast forward to college I came to realize all the different career paths there are. Depending on your specific skill set there is a career for you. If you are into drawing illustration or character design would be a great route. Do you like to layout design? Editorial is perfect for organizing information in an aesthetic layout for printing purposes.IF you like layout design but not print then web design is the way for you (a bit of coding experience goes a long way as well for that one). If you interested in the way packages look then packaging design is the way to go. With so many possibilities it could be hard to figure out with route to take but stick to your style and your skill set and you will find your niche.     


  1. nwilso wrote:

    I completely agree with you and can relate to this. I wasn’t sure what direction I wanted to take with Graphic Design until I realized the many opportunities there were!

    Friday, April 27, 2018 at 4:04 pm | Permalink
  2. iyoung wrote:

    What I found with creators is that we are so bouncy in what things we find interesting that it’s hard to commit to doing ‘one thing’ for too long. I was the same way when it came to choosing a major.

    I started out wanting to be an athlete, then I just wanted to work with athletes, then I wanted to embrace my creative side so I became a designer. Afterwards, I thought about what I wanted to do after college and I very boldly claimed I would be a tattoo artists. That faded out and there was a phase when I strongly wanted be a musician. But that was too pigholed, so I broadened it to being the graphic designer for movie posters for hollywood and book covers for young adult books. Eventually, I dec….

    You catch my drift. The world likes to joke about how guys have commitment issues, but it’s a lot of us creators that actually have that problem.

    Sunday, April 29, 2018 at 5:05 pm | Permalink