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Is your interest in arts, graphics, and designs? Are you looking for a career using your passion? Maybe you would like to be a graphics designer. If you have ever wondered what graphics designers do, they rely heavily on creativity using various aids and tools. In today's time, there are many available resources for an aspiring graphics designer to begin his or her career. Graphics Design for Beginners: A Beginner's Guide to Graphics Design will help you get to know more about the career, providing you various options to focus with numerous possibilities. This guide will provide you more information on the qualifications of a graphics designer that most companies are looking for. It also includes some more information regarding degree requirements, graphics design programs, and how to pick a graphics design school.

©2014 Yap Kee Chong (P)2014 Yap Kee Chong

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  • Kait
  • 25-10-18

waste of time

it was hard to listen to the guy say "graphics designer" over and over. mostly about what the job is.

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  • Deborah
  • 20-05-18

like a biased lecture

This felt like a bitter parent was lecturing me about going to school and that without school, I'd be nothing in life. It would have been much more helpful to mention school once or twice, not pounding it in, then providing the best real ways to find money for design school and building a portfolio...tips for teens from families who aren't going to be any help to get them there.

Are there really people in life that believe people cannot learn and function without school? I'm absolutely for school. But a lot of my irritation with the art world is that it's felt a completed degree is the only way to gain respect. A person, I believe, is quite capable in a great deal of self-education, experimention and personal growth. This book made me feel irritated towards art education and the art world. Sure, it absolutely speaks to someone with NO artistic ability-a beginner to anything creative. But had I read this at 17, deciding on a career after a youthful journey of artistic endeavors, it would have not helped me at all.

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  • Andrew
  • 17-01-15

Propaganda for academic graphic design pursuit

There is almost nothing in this book about the meat and bones of a graphic design career. Spends 35 minutes explaining why you should go to school for graphic design