The U.S Military provides graphic artists with the unique opportunity to display their work to the world. Graphic artists use a plethora of computers and other electronic equipment to design new technologies, create building designs and even help to create publications and design living spaces. The U.S. Military has long been considered to host one of the most elite groups of graphic designers anywhere. Think you have what it takes to become one of the best? Click here to find out.
What Does a Graphic Designer Do?
Graphic designers are charged with taking ideas and transforming them into tangible designs using computer software and electronic devices. Odds are, you have seen the work of many military graphic designers on the face of both print and electronic presentations, Military brochures, newsletters and newspapers. Many of the vehicles, specialized equipment and weapons all originated from a rendering prepared by a graphic artist.
The U.S. Navy and National Guard offers both experienced and aspiring graphic artists the opportunity to learn and develop their skills with formal classroom instruction, hands on training and plenty of opportunities to show off what they’ve got, completely free of charge. If you think that graphic design is a career you can get into, click here to find out how you can get started.
Civilian Job Outlook
Talented and experienced graphic artists are in high demand in every aspect of the civilian market. Many graphic artists find themselves in a lucrative marketing career; however, others have found themselves working as illustrators, communications specialists and other industries that require the ability to turn innovative thought into visible designs. For more information on how to turn your passion into a career, click here.
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