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Introduction :

If you really want to become a graphic designer, ask yourself this:

Do you know what is expected and how to meet those expectations?

If the answer is no, this article may be useful.

If the answer is yes, read on anyway.

Yet even before you delve into this article, consider the following :

If you have played with standard newsletter or greeting card programs on your computer and have said to yourself, “this is a fun way to pass the time, earn some cash, and maybe start a career”.

You might be assuming that graphic design is a relatively easy endeavor.

Think again!

Although you may have a genuine aptitude for composition and maybe intuitively adept at wedding type to image.

 these instincts alone do not make you a viable graphic designer, at least not anymore.

What this article will do ?

In this article I will not teach you how t make a layout, master a tool, or sell yourself to prospective clients.

This article is not a how-to or a step-by-step blueprint for changing your professional life.

What this article will do!

is provide the big steps to become graphic designers.

Before becoming a graphic designer, it is imperative to learn as much about the profession as possible, knowledge is the key to saving time and energy.

     So you want to become a Graphic designer, let’s start

 What is graphic design

Graphic Design, according to the American Institute of Graphic Arts

is the art and practice of presenting and designing experiences and ideas with visual and verbal material.

Graphic designers produce visual material by combining images and typography.

This visual information is useful for improving/designing cards, brochures, banners, and other printed materials.

Graphic designers also aid in the dissemination of ideas to the general public.

 The messages that they blend with the aesthetic frequently affect how people view the subject at hand.

Campaign and election posters and banners impact our perception.

The designer must exercise extreme caution while selecting fonts and colors, as well as pay close attention to which parts of the text require emphasis.

Designing subway maps is another application for graphic design.

For example, the designer of the New York subway map had to represent a complicated thing in the simplest way possible.

The same may be said regarding the Google Maps application’s graphics. UI is also in close contact with GD.

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