Every beginning is hard – even for graphic design. After all, it’s not enough that you are creative. You must also have excellent marketing skills and a great eye for detail.
Reading is one of the best skills you can inherit when preparing for your career as a graphic designing. Many elements of the design industry change so fast that you’re going to need to be able to keep up with the latest standards. Professionally speaking, reading books and internet articles will make you a smarter designer.
This article “One Lesson Book – The graphic design is my passion meme” is all about explaining the most critical and important factor to design a conceptualized & significant graphic for highly demanding corporate design world.
Everyone does his or her research before selecting a design studio. Certainly, this is a good thing to do. However, to make the most of it, you have to apply yourself a bit more in your research. These days, people generally go online to find out the graphic designers. Internet always offers a number of benefits over the offline searches. Still, you should prefer the local studios. If you are selecting a designer living in a different state, that person is going to charge you extra.
A: North-West University, Potchefstroom (Ci-Lab -Creative intelligence Lab). This institute is definitely one of the best in the country. I’ve been to a few design school exhibitions in Jhb, and nothing comes even close to the standard I was used to. I will definitely recommend North-West University. This institute usually walks away with the most Loeries and Pendorings each year. Watch out!
If one of your goals is to work for a specific agency, do your research before you even graduate. Are they looking for designers? How big is their company? How many employees do they have? What type of work do they normally produce and is it your style? Is the company environment somewhere you can see yourself fitting in?
Actually, this client was carried away by the appearance of the designer. His unkempt looks, tattered denims, his stubble, and the long curly hairs made the client think that he (the designer) was a creative one! Of course, this designer is talented, but jumping to conclusions such as these might prove risky for a design project!