The major part of a graphic developer is to help acquire info throughout to others conveniently in such a way that is causes an influence on that person or individuals. They do this via using images and also words. Generally you will certainly see the job of graphic developers appearing in publications, the covers of books along with on TV and also on internet sites. However in order to end up being a graphic developer a person first needs to educate.
My job as a recruiter within this very specific area is made somewhat harder by the fact that it's becoming increasingly difficult to find fresh candidates for the roles I have to offer. Surely there's got to be more cracking Visual Designers out there looking for work?
As a fellow recruiter, or even as a generally helpful person, can anyone out there direct me to websites (such as behance) where users are free to browse profiles and contact their owners? Or perhaps, does anyone know of any good online communities of user interface designers ?
I graduated from college in 2009 with a dual Degree in Art and
Communications with an emphasis in Graphic Design. After school, I moved
back to my hometown and couldn't find a job. Looking back now it
actually makes me laugh that I thought those skills would actually land
me a job.
I am looking to hire a sr designer with a focus on user interface to help me rethink, redesign, and build the next MTV.com. This is a huge job with a lot of complex scenarios but has huge potential to enrich millions of users.
I was wondering whether any of you can recommend good introductory books about graphic design.
I am a UX designer/consultant and would like to know more about the principles of good graphic design. During two years I have worked with a graphic designer at my previous workplace. Still, I would like to have a bit more background to be able to spar with graphic designesr, and possibly even do some design of my own for minor, personal projects.