Graphic Designers: who they are, what they do, and how to become one

A Graphic Designer develops visual communication projects. This professional feels comfortable inside a broad and multi-sided territory, ranging from traditional graphics to the new frontiers of digital media, merging traditional professions and original forms of expression. The Graphic Designer is capable of reading the beauty around, is interested in art and is up-to-date with the last trends: all characteristics that allow to be able to follow commercial logics and social dynamics. This creative figure knows how to use visual and communication techniques in each kind of work: from packaging design, up to film graphicsa logo for a new product or the creation of a trendy brand.


The professional realities are fast-changing and everyone must constantly adapt to the latest technological, sustainable, cultural, or sociopolitical developments in many areas. It is essential to be aware of all transformations and to respond to the demands of the market with precise skills. 

For this reason, IED offers different academic journeys responding to the current and future trends of the creative sector. Its programs allow you to experiment with creative methodologies, build a professional identity,  boost your career in a transversal way or in a vertical sector, or deepen the new industry’s realities.

Start a journey in the passionate field of design and bring a conscious and global approach to your professional career. Be part of the creative network of IED, present in 11 seats, 3 countries, and 2 continents

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