Graphic design is more than just business logos and typography – it’s about using visual communication to inspire, inform and problem-solve. It’s the role of a Graphic Designer to determine how to send a message and evoke a response through colour, texture, images and symbols.
A Graphic Designer could be responsible for all aspects of a design process, or they might specialise in a particular field e.g. advertising, digital and web-based design, illustration or branding.
- Design and develop clients' products in a professional, industrial look and feel.
- Perform updating and maintenance for clients' products.
- Communication with agencies and production houses for the production of print material for internal use or clients' products
- Work on multiple projects simultaneously
- Communication with clients to ensure that the project is being developed according to schedule.
- Ensure timely implementation and development
- Collaborate with team to develop creative assets for our products.
- Maintain the quality of the developed products according to the company's policy.
- Update the task tracker daily.
- Attend meetings with other company functions necessary to perform duties and organizational development.
- Train other stuff members on products and design tools.
- Research of the new tools to develop and enhance products.
- Attend training to develop relevant knowledge and skills.
- Proven graphic designing experience
- Possession of creative flair, versatility, conceptual/visual ability and originality
- Demonstrable graphic design skills with a strong portfolio
- Ability to interact, communicate and present ideas
- Up to date with industry leading software and technologies (In Design, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Photoshop etc)
- Highly proficient in all design aspects
- Professionalism regarding time, costs and deadlines
A degree in graphic design or similar or related field.
Master the fundamental skills needed to become a
3-5 years experience working in related field