Whats your education?
Posted 21 June 2010 - 02:01 PM
However I also learned and heard allot of people doing design however never learned or went to any university or college to learn it. Some learned it while working at a printing company, while some did marketing and learned it along the way. Or just learned it them selfs as a hobby while have been doing/studied something else before.
I am currently working freelance for a company while most people there are from marketing but they still mess around with the design programs while they have not learned or gotten any lessons in design.
Posted 21 June 2010 - 02:37 PM
my current work is an accounting trainee.. beside studying & working as a designer.
i've learned designing all by my own & along the way. it's my passion as well as painting.
i'm trying to develop myself right now by attending professional courses & classes in graphic designing.
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Posted 21 June 2010 - 03:24 PM
but the most important you need to know for me is composition and cromatic, and later drive the software.
work in design is good for learn , but always remember read and talk with other designers, thats great.
later my work is sometimes for design agencies, sometimes alone, make paint like habitual work, and i like to work in flims in art direction , becoause you make a concept board , in photoshop and later need to make in real, and this geve the chance of make hand work , and leave this pc for a time, is cool, im thinking in continue my studies with film direction and soundtrack...
you can give education for your own,but give you good education, theres a looot of design e books in internet...
Posted 21 June 2010 - 05:12 PM
But I do feel knowing the software throughly you can do more than just being creative cause even if you know what image you want to make but if you dont know how to make it it has no use.
Posted 21 June 2010 - 05:19 PM
Posted 08 July 2010 - 02:29 PM
Helped start Australia's first digital design studio in 1986 with a few friends of mine, where we helped and taught many of the studios, agencies and colleges in our city to adopt the new technologies.
…one night with Illustrator 1.0 on a couple of floppy disks, and I knew that the future of graphics was in my hands!
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