1. Graphic Design
Just as a writer uses words to deliver a certain message, a graphic designer does the same, but with visuals. Graphic design is closely related to aspects of a business such as branding, marketing, and advertising — from social media posts and banners to collateral and publications. It is the secret behind almost all forms of visual art we see today.
2. UI Design
A UI (User Interface) designer resembles a graphic designer but for the web. Their main job is to design layouts for webpages that are visually appealing. A UI designer ensures a pleasurable user experience in terms of look and feel.
3. UX Design
Though sometimes used interchangeably, UI and UX (user experience) design are not the same. While UI design has to do with graphical user interfaces, UX design has to do with the science behind it. A UX designer deals with the technicalities of user interface, producing webpages that are easy to browse.
4. Interior Design
Moving on to real-life designs, an interior designer is responsible for sketching indoor and outdoor spaces, in terms of both form and function. In other words, their job is to sketch layouts that make use of available space in a given area and execute them in an aesthetically pleasing manner.
5. Industrial Design
All products start off as a sketch on paper. It could be a car, a watch, or even a toy. Industrial designers provide a balance between a product’s appearance and function.
6. Fashion Design
Fashion design is more than just a fancy way of designing clothes and accessories. It is about choosing the right materials and fabric to complement the design and provide comfort above all else.