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1. How to start a Career in Graphic Design?

The graphic design career path is a great way to enjoy yourself, feel fulfilled by your work, and get paid well. It’s also a career that’s very much in demand!
Begin with the career by developing your skills in high schools, Earn a degree in GD by completing an online course or from some institute. Try for internships in advertising agencies. Create your own portfolio by working on freelancing projects.

2. What is UX Ui Design?

UX Design refers to the term User Experience Design, while UI Design stands for User Interface Design. Both elements are crucial to a product and work closely together. But despite their professional relationship, the roles themselves are quite different, referring to very different parts of the process and the design discipline. User experience (UX) refers to any interaction a user has with a product or service. UX design considers each and every element that shapes this experience, how it makes the user feel, and how easy it is for the user to accomplish their desired tasks. UI design is the look and feel, the presentation, and the interactivity of a product.

3. What is the User flow in UX Ui Designs?

A user flow, also known as UX flow is the route that users follow to achieve a meaningful goal on your website/app. To create more enjoyable UX, a website/app is designed with different user flows for the same or diverse user goals.

The term ‘flow’ depicts movement. Product creators need to consider the path in which the user will navigate through the website or app, prompting the creation of user flow. This path is divided into a series of steps that the user takes from the entry point through conversion funnels towards the final action (signup, purchase, etc.).

4. What is the Design Thinking process?

Design thinking is a process for creative problem-solving. Design thinking has a human-centered core. It encourages organizations to focus on the people they’re creating for, which leads to better products, services, and internal processes.

It is a non-linear, iterative process that teams use to understand users, challenge assumptions, redefine problems, and create innovative solutions to prototype and test.

Involving five phases—Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype, and Test—it is most useful to tackle problems that are ill-defined or unknown.

5. What does Visual Designer do?

A visual designer designs for a variety of platforms, which may include Internet and intranet sites, games, movies, kiosks and wearables.

In short, they create the concepts, artwork and layouts for digital projects based on creative briefs and client meetings.

6. What is User Persona in UX?

A user persona is a fictional representation of your ideal customer.

As a UX designer, you’ll start the design process by conducting user research—building empathy with your target users and identifying exactly what they need from the product you’re designing.

7. What is a Mood Board in Design?

A mood board is a visual tool that communicates our concepts and visual ideas. It is a well thought out and planned arrangement of images, materials, pieces of text, etc. that is intended to evoke or project a particular style or concept.