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Responsible for delivering creative quality work for fine arts and crafts such as drawing, painting, collage, sculpture, installation and moving images. Roles include painter, artist, carpenter, sculptor and printmaker.
The role of art director is to translate marketing and branding strategies into innovative campaigns that stimulate targeted audience. Responsibilities include generating clear ideas in tandem with the copywriter, producing creative visions and ideas.
The role of creative director is to provide the creative team with guidance and ideas to launch new impressive projects. Responsibilities include implementing various creating projects, collaborating with account executives to obtain information of the clients’ requirements and guiding the creative team to utilise their talents effectively.
Designers specialise in creating visual concepts by handwork or software to convey ideas that inspire, inform or captivate people. Advertisements, brochures, magazines, corporate reports are one of the many production designs that are tied to designer jobs. Types of jobs include graphic designer, illustrator, UI/UX designer, fashion designer, art/design Intern, visual merchandiser, creative director, photographer, interior, advertising and promotions.
The role of graphic designer is to shape the visual aspects of websites, books, magazines, product packaging, exhibitions and more. Responsibilities include creating illustrations, logos, layouts and photos. Creative graphic design is essential to capture the attention of those who see them and communicate the right message.
The role of motion graphic designer is to shape the visual aspects for television, film or the Internet. Responsibilities include creating animated 2-3 dimension images for mediums such as broadcast titles, commercials, web advertisements, movie trailers, music videos and video signage. An experienced motion graphic designer is capable of capturing the attention of those who see them and communicate the right message.
The role of videographer is to assemble recorded footage into a finished product that matches the director's vision and is suitable for broadcasting. Responsibilities include taking a brief grasp production team’s needs, specifications and review shooting script. As an experienced video maker should be able to bring sight and sound together in order to tell a cohesive story.
The role of an interior designer is to undertake a variety of space designing projects. Responsibilities include dealing with design from conceptual development, liaising with stakeholders to managing and executing the design. The goal of interior design is to create practical spaces that are visually pleasing.
The role of draftsman is to work with a team of architects and engineers to convert designs into technical plans. Responsibilities include calculating dimensions, weight limitations and describing production methods step-by-step. An experienced draftsman is capable of building functional, secure and well-designed products or structures.
The role of an industrial designer is to develop the concepts for manufactured products while focusing on the user experience in creating style and function for a particular product. Responsibilities include consulting with clients for industrial design requirements, product researching, sketching out ideas, examine materials and production costs.
The role 3D visualiser is to work closely with the architectural and design team in the preparation of visualisation. Responsibilities include administering creative control, provide quality assurance on creative deliverables, delegating work accordingly, interpret architectural illustrations and efficient modelling of data sets for 3D visualisations.
The role of visual merchandiser is to increase sales, get buyer’s attention and to provide an excellent in-store experience. Responsibilities include developing creative visual merchandising strategy, create eye-catching visual displays and producing various special promotions displays.
The entertainment industry requires skilled personnel that are not only limited to performers on stage but also individuals capable of running things behind the scenes. Agents, accountants, assistants, editors, managers, producers are also part of the entertainment industry. Some of the well-known jobs include makeup artist, publicist, speaker, cinematographer, consultant and writer.