Calling all impressive illustrators, dazzling designers, successful students, aspiring creatives, Blue Sky Graphics alumni, big and small thinkers, tall and short people, maverick mothers, first-timers, OG’s, late-night heroes, brave leaders, team builders, peacemakers, early risers and daydream believers, London is calling you! London is a diverse city rich in creativity and houses many graphic design studios, creative agencies and a plethora of artistic talent.
As our everyday life catapults into the innovative future, especially when socio-economic conditions prevail where there is a shift from traditional social contact to more online contact and presence, graphic designers, UX designers and web designers play an increasingly fundamental role in our world online. There are many perks to becoming a graphic designer, not just opportune perks such as a plethora of jobs currently available, but and lots of training materials and learning resources for you to keep up to date.
If you are wondering what training is needed or the qualifications required to become a graphic designer then look no further. Whether you are a complete novice to graphic design or maybe just a naturally creative person feeling a bit clueless about what career paths are available, look no further. Here we explore the various routes leading to graphic design.
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Learning graphic design is what we make easy by teaching you step by step in a logical and industry aligned format by none other than practising professionals. As graphic design is constantly evolving in terms of software updates, techniques and form it is fair to say that it is a lifelong process, so graphic design students don’t worry: you’ll have plenty of time becoming an expert in your field.
Training up and pursuing a graphic design career path is a big investment in your future, it takes time, hours of studying and commitment so the first thing you need to do is be sure it’s the right direction for you.
Is graphic design a suitable career choice?
How do I become a graphic designer ?
Do I need to know how to draw to be a Graphic Design?
What is a graphic designer’s job role?
How To Become a graphic designer In 2020
What route do I need to become a graphic designer?
Can graphic designers work from home?
Do graphic designers work from home?
How much can I earn as a graphic designer?
What key skills do you need to be a good graphic designer?
Graphic design is a thriving industry found in multiple sectors, businesses and organisations across the world from corporate marketing teams to publishing houses and school fairs as well as everything in between. Graphic design is about lots of things but primarily it is about communication.The online sphere is growing at a faster rate than ever before and this communication has expanded to suit business needs. These business needs in more recent times include the commercial necessity to reach audiences at home in lockdown and quarantine, but also more generally online and in print.
You have learnt Photoshop and now you are wondering what jobs are available to you with your Photoshop skills. The good news is that there are plenty of jobs on the market especially with the digitalisation of e-commerce and the rise in online businesses. In addition, there are increasingly more people who are either home working or home learning or both. As technology evolves and more Photoshop professionals are needed to enhance websites photos, logos and images so too are graphic designers.
You may possibly have the most stunning design elements in the world on screen or paper, but if the graphic design is not up to scratch, because of a lack of composition it may be heavily critiqued. Composition refers to how you arrange and place design elements on a page. The spaces between the design, the arrangement, and the ways in which the designs interact or crossover with other elements. So, it is safe to say that the composition is essential.
What is the design composition exactly?