Graphic design


Definition: The practice or profession of designing print or electronic forms of visual information, as for an advertisement, publication, website or any other vehicle.

Graphic design is a form of communicating visually using text and/or images to present information, or promote a message. The art of graphic design embraces a range of cognitive skills and crafts including typography, image development and page layout. Graphic design is applied in communication design and fine art. Like other forms of communication, graphic design often refers to both the process (designing) by which the communication is created, and the products(designs) such as creative solutions, imagery and multimedia compositions. Graphic design is traditionally applied to static media,such as books, magazines and brochures. Additionally, since the advent of computers, graphic design is utilized in electronic media - often referred to as interactive design, or multimedia design.

Graphic designer involvement may range from verbally communicated ideas, to visual rough drafts, to final production.

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