Are you passionate about crafting beautiful, functional user experiences?
You have a desire for artistic expression that you enjoy using to start up and carry out design projects. Designers have the ability to come up with functional solutions to complex problems and a knack for focusing on small details. In addition to personal creativity, designers can relate and empathize with customers, and incorporate research in industry trends and design standards.
Product designers define the experience and interface of products as well as the company and product naming. A product designer will create wireframes, prototypes, and style guides as well as conceptualize naming conventions. They research how to improve products and interact with engineers and developers who build the product and shape the final outcome.
Marketing designers use different typography, composition, color and visual identity to create marketing assets that represent the product or company to the outside world and compel prospective or current customers to feel an emotion or take an action.
Interaction designers focus on how a user interacts with a product. This role is typically very specialized on user interface details such as movement, animation and visual aesthetics.
A degree in multimedia or design is helpful, but many skills must be self-taught.