Graphic designers often wear many hats, and their diverse skill sets are valuable to employers in virtually every industry. Whether in technology, marketing, or government, graphic designers use their creativity and an eye for visual forms to solve complex problems and engage more directly with consumers and end-users. Develop a strong portfolio and career-ready skills with a digital design degree or certificate from the Tulane School of Professional Advancement. Here's a look at four non-traditional career paths you can pursue post-graduation as a graphic designer.
In order to attract customers, sell products and services, and communicate important information, businesses need websites that are both visually appealing and easy to navigate. User experience (UX) designers work alongside web designers to create the attractive and engaging interfaces that users see when they access a website. Graphic designers who have a background or interest in technology and digital design may be especially suited to careers in UX design.