A Graphic Designer is a professional who creates visual graphics to communicate a particular message to an intended audience. Graphic Designers can work on a multitude of projects for a number of purposes, yet many will find the main purpose of their work is for marketing businesses or presenting data in a visual format.
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A Graphic Designer utilises their understanding and skills of computer-generated visual programs to create their work to a set brief. The work of Graphic Designers is invaluable to a range of organisations who need to convey messages to potential clients or customers.
Although for some Graphic Designer roles, it may not be essential for individuals to have a relevant degree in visual arts, it is imperative that candidates are able to demonstrate experience and thorough understanding of software. Successful candidates who achieve Graphic Designer roles display an array of skills, including (but not limited to):
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