What do Graphic Designers do?

A graphic designer is a visual communicator who creates visual concepts to convey information through photos and arts.

A graphic designer creates posters, bus wraps, billboards, packaging, logos and marketing materials.
Graphic designers work at magazines, advertising and marketing agencies. They select photos, develop layouts for advertisements, brochures, magazines and many more.

Graphic designer helps to make an organization recognisable by using a variety of mediums to communicate a particular idea or identity to be used in advertising and promotions like fronts, shapes colours, images, print design, photography, animation, logos and billboards. They also collaborate with artists, multimedia animators and other creative people on many of their projects.

A graphic designer does a range of things, depending on the type of company. They should be familiar with design software; especially Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign.