Graphic designers create logos and branding for companies. Web designers make websites to show off their company’s services or products. Typeface designers design the fonts that will be used by a company in their logos and branding. Logo designers create unique symbols for companies to use as identifiers on the internet and in real life. Motion graphics artists animate videos with custom visuals created using software like Adobe After Effects or Final Cut Pro X 10 Types of Designers. Anonymax explains what they do in this article.
The 10 types of designers are:
- Graphic Designer
- Web Designer
- Interior Designer
- Fashion Designer
- Typeface Designer
- Logo Designer
- Motion Graphics Artist (sometimes called Video Animator)
- Typeface Designer is one word: Type-Artist
Logo designers create symbols for companies to use as identifiers on the internet. This might be a symbol that’s made up from scratch, or it might be an old symbol with some tweaks
Typefaces are fonts used by companies in their logos or branding. Logos may also have symbols made up from scratch which can include letters with some tweaks to them like “B”
Graphic designers create logos and branding for companies such as Nike, Apple, Starbucks etc. Web designers make websites that take advantage of the latest features on computers and mobile devices. Interior designers help people choose colors, furniture, artwork and everything else they need inside a house in order to turn it into a home. Fashion designers design clothing lines including dresses for women’s wear, suits for men’s wear and all types of accessories like watches or shoes graphic designer Designers who specialize in visual communication through drawings , typography, and layouts
An interior decorator designs homes from scratch. The process includes specifying everything you’ll need inside your future home : colors, furniture, artwork etc.
User Experience (UX) Designer
UX is the ability for a user to understand how an interface/system works from just looking at or touching the screen or system. A good UX designer creates designs that are intuitive and easy to use. The best way to describe this type of designer would be “a person who pays special attention to what users want.”
Ideally your site should be easy to use and not have too many steps for a user to get what they need.
This type of designer is the one who creates every visual design that goes into your company’s branding and marketing materials, including logos, advertisements, social media graphics (e.g., Facebook Cover Photo), presentations etc. The creative process often begins with brainstorming ideas or by taking cues from other sources like drawings or photographs then either making rough sketches on paper or drawing directly onto the computer using graphic software; next comes choosing colors and shapes; finally there are decisions about how the final product will actually look when printed out or uploaded online will it appear as solid color blocks? Will it include textures? Is there potential for animation or other special effects? The graphic designer’s job, in essence, is to create your company’s visual language.
Motion Graphic Artist
This type of designer uses multimedia and video production techniques such as compositing, chroma key green-screening and/or rotoscoping for a variety of purposes like TV commercials (e.g., commercial spots), music videos etc. They take the lead on projects that require graphics like animations or infographics created with Adobe After Effects software. These types of designers are creative experts who can think outside the box to produce something new and fresh even if it means taking risks by trying out untested ideas they’re usually self-directed individuals who don’t need much supervision because they know what they’re doing.
Multimedia Developer & Animator
This type of designer works closely with product designers, marketers and other members in a team to create good visual communication for brands. They are usually responsible for the overall look-and-feel or branding campaign of an organization (or project). Some people call this role as “visual communicator” because their work is all about translating a company’s message into well designed visuals like logos, advertisements, business cards etc.