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A Graphic Designer Duties Resume

A Graphic Designer Duties Resume

Graphic Designer Duties Resume

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The design vision of a company is usually reflected by the functions of the company all the way to fruition. To be a graphic designer, you need to know how to communicate the design vision in your work. Hiring managers are hiring a graphic designer but they want to see more than just a resume that contains the standard design skills listed below. This article is filled with ways you can present your skills that will benefit your design vision.

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Senior Graphic Design Specialist with 6+ years of experience in the management of the complete design process, from conceptualization to delivery. Spearheaded the design of new branding guidelines for my last company, helping to increase conversions by 15%. Skilled with Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign) Microsoft Office and web design applications (Dreamweaver, HTML). Seeking to leverage my design skills to obtain a role as a Lead Graphic Designer at Homebody Studios.

If you are applying for a Graphic Designer position, you resume should include the technology you are capable of using. Many companies only utilize one or two so being well versed in different tools are helpful in applying for more than one position. It should also include an extensive visual portfolio, whether online or in print, to accurately show the work you have accomplished. Most employees prefer if you have an online portfolio to look at whenever they can. Graphic designers must be creative but corporate guidelines may prohibit that, so be sure to also add any freelance work or artistry you are involved in to show your abilities. Lastly, your resume should include any analytical data you may have received from a successful design for a client, at the end of the day your graphics are only used to help bring the company more traffic and money. (Source: www.velvetjobs.com)

 

 

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