42 Job profiles in total for Design
3D designer-makers design and make unique products, which might be one-offs for commission or made for small-scale production.
An account manager develops the business and handles new and existing customers.
Brand designers work with the client to understand what image or mood they want to project and come up with designs to create a brand identity. They are usually graphic designers who have decided to specialise in this type of work
Brand strategists raise an organisation's profile by managing the way it interacts with customers and users.
CAD/CAM designers use CAD (computer-aided design) to produce jewellery designs and CAM (computer-aided manufacture) to create a product.
Computer game designers aim to create an original game that will stimulate curiosity and excitement in the target market. Designing a commercially viable game requires an understanding of the conventions and culture of game playing.
The costume designer is responsible for designing all the costumes to be worn in a production. This can involve a mix of designing from scratch, and sourcing existing items of clothing.
A creative director shapes the creative style and quality of a studio, agency or design department. They are responsible for the organisation's creative output.
Mae dylunwyr brand yn gweithio gyda’r cleient er mwyn deall y math o ddelwedd neu awyrgylch maent eisiau ei gyfleu ac yn meddwl am ddyluniadau i greu brand penodol. Fel arfer, dylunwyr graffigol ydynt, sydd wedi penderfynu arbenigo yn y math hwn o waith.
Ecommerce involves selling products via a website. This involves many different business functions and roles, depending on the size of the company.
Exhibition designers help visitors interact with collections at heritage sites by creating hands-on displays.
Exhibition designers control aspects of an environment to engage the visitor with a story or message.
Fashion designers conceive of and create clothes. These can either be for designer labels or for the mass production clothing industries. A fashion designer might specialise in leisurewear, beachwear, lingerie or wedding outfits. They may also design accessories, footwear, sportswear or millinery.
Footwear designers create ideas and designs for new shoes and other footwear. They have to keep up to date with current styles and fashion trends. In order to be successful, they also have to be able to anticipate what will be popular in forthcoming seasons.
Furniture designers make furniture for homes, offices and other commercial spaces.
Games designers create and develop games for different platforms. These can include consoles, phones, tablets and PCs.
Graphic craft makers work with paper to produce bespoke objects. The work is varied and graphic crafts makers may specialise in a particular technique or area of work. Many workers in this craft area will produce work to their own style and designs. They also create pieces to suit specific commissions from individuals or organisations.
Graphic designers control layouts, images and typography in order to get a message across. They create designs which are visually appealing and perform a specific function.
An illustrator creates visual images to convey a message or mood. They often specialise in a particular design medium.
Industrial designers design and develop products that are easy to use, efficient and cost-effective.
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