Print Designer (Design/Illustration)

Broadly defined as design intended for printed media, print design can span magazine and newspaper layouts, fabric printing or design for packaging, book covers, cards or posters. Working primarily on visuals that will translate onto or become physical surfaces and objects, the role will often lean on good knowledge of production techniques and requirements, from screen printing to manufacturing processes. With great demand for their skill set in the fashion and textile industries, a print designer might work in-house for a brand, or go freelance across a wide range of projects.

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