The U.S. Department of Labor estimates that through 2014, graphic designing jobs will steadily increase, especially in the web designing industry. Almost everyone has their own definition of what a graphic designer does, yet many share similar ideas. WiseGeek claims that "[a] graphic designer or graphic artist conveys information through visual solutions that promote or enhance a service, product, philosophy, or entity."
There are so many different options today when it comes to printing that it can be quite confusing choosing the best selection for your needs. Here is an overview of three of the most popular printing techniques and what products work best for each type.
Vehicle wraps are an up and coming way to advertise your business and establish your brand identity. Though vinyl wraps for cars have been around for a while, until recently they've been seen as more of a gimmick than a valid way of customizing your company automobiles. It's still generally cheaper to have a simple sign painted on the side of your truck or car door, but a vinyl wrap graphic offers many advantages in the areas of durability, style and impact.
Many people believe that marketing presentations are limited to media such as print, television, and the internet. While they are of course familiar with billboards and other signs, these sights have become such a mainstay of highways and cityscapes that they are often glanced at once and never thought of again. In order for marketing to be effective it has to capture the attention and the imagination of the viewer... this is where digital wraps can come into play.