Profession

Designer


Description

A designer is a person who makes designs for objects. A fashion designer designs clothing, a web designer designs web pages and an automobile designer designs automobiles. In each case, the designer works with the help of a technician or engineer who understands deeper level concepts of manufacturing and engineering and the designer themself is largely confined to work at a surface level.More formally, a designer is an agent that "specifies the structural properties of a design object".[1] In practice, anyone who creates tangible or intangible objects, products, processes, laws, games, graphics, services, and experiences is referred to as a designer. The type of designer you want to become will determine the level of education you must have. For example, if you want to become a Fashion Designer, you may just need to go to a Vocational School where you would be taught this, while if you want to become an Architect/building designer, you must have to go to a University etc. So you should check other recommended Professions to see if there are further suggestions on the type of designer that would suit you best

Job Prospect

High

Work Environment

Work environment. Graphic designers work for large advertising, publishing, or design firms and usually work in comfortable offices. ... Graphic designers will sometimes work evenings or weekends to meet deadlines, especially in the printing and publishing industries since deadlines are usually set on short notice

General and Personal Skills Required

Average Salary

Cost of Training

Recommended Level of Education

Diploma

Professional Skills / Tools Required

Associated Disciplines