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Graphic Designer Internship

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>Hand's on Experience
One of the most important benefits of a graphic design intern is that intern'll get a hands-on experience.Graphic designers intern need to be proficient in Adobe Photoshop as well as a number of other design programs. As you will work with these programs in most of the internships and learn how to utilize them in a professional setting.

>A Professional Portfolio
For graphic designers intern, as well as other creative professionals, a portfolio of past work is incredibly important. In fact, intern portfolio might be more important for securing future work than other factors combined.Graphic designers intern often get work because a client or employer is impressed by their previous work or likes their style.Professional samples created during an internship allow interns to prove their abilities to anyone who wishes to see. You can display work done during an internship in your professional portfolio.

>It Helps Land A Job
All of these benefits cumulate in perhaps the most significant benefit of all: landing a job. Experience makes it significantly easier to secure a job than having a degree alone will. References from your internship supervisors will help reassure future potential employers that you are qualified for a position. The experience will help you sell yourself to potential employers.Internships simply prepare interns for a career in the graphic design field in nearly every measurable way.

>It Provides References
A intern's supervisors at an internship are an excellent source of professional references.Nearly all jobs require candidates to provide references and references can be integral to getting a job.Contacts you meet during an internship can also recommend you for jobs and put you in contact with other professionals in the industry.This aids in networking, which is critical for the success of every career professional. Professional references are not only beneficial for getting a job, but they are also helpful for getting into graduate school if the student is planning on additional education.

Skills Required:
Graphic designers need to be creative thinkers. They have to creatively convey ideas through text and image. They have to generate solutions for their clients through creative means; for example, they might have to promote a company’s mission through a website or design an image that helps sell a product. All of this involves creativity, as well as creative problem-solving skills.

Graphic designers communicate ideas through text and image. Therefore, communication skills are critical to the job. However, communication is important in graphic design in other ways too. Graphic designers have to articulate ideas to companies, clients, employers, etc. It requires strong public speaking skills for presentations and writing skills for proposals. Designers also have to be able to communicate with clients and employers by phone, email, and sometimes through Skype. Graphic designers must listen to their clients’ needs and convey persuasive solutions.

In all of these ways, communication is critical when trying to land a project.

It is a more traditional skill for designers, but it is nonetheless essential. Graphic designers need to know how to develop legible, well-designed type. They need to be familiar with certain fonts and have a knowledge of line-height and tracking.

Typography is not the only important and more traditional graphic design skill. For example, a knowledge of color theory is critical too. Graphic designers need a strong sense of how colors interact, which colors complement, and which colors contrast.

>Time Management
Most graphic designers are constantly juggling multiple projects at once. Because this is so common in the job, they have to have strong time management skills. Graphic designers should be able to multitask, juggle multiple assignments over long periods, and meet all established deadlines.

>Technology (Id | Ai | Ps)
Graphic designers have to master various forms of technology in today’s world. Firstly, they need to be comfortable with design software, such as Quark, InDesign, and Adobe. This software is used by many companies to produce digital prints.

They also need to know about web design. They should be fluent in multiple programming languages (including HTML and CSS) as well as web design content management system platforms, such as WordPress.

• Prepare images to coincide with social and blog posts
• Create original graphic designs, infographics, and photos
• Provide design ideas and support for a variety of promotional materials, including posts, advertisements, and web graphics.
• Making videos and adding animation and making PowerPoint presentations

Edu-Vitae Services at a glance


Edu-Vitae Services focuses on Robotics, Startups, Internet of Things, Corporate Training, and Web Development. Their company has offices in India, Delhi, and Varanasi. They have a small team that's between 1-10 employees.

You can view their website at http://www.eduvitae.co.in or find them on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

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