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Industrial designers develop and prepare products for manufacture with particular emphasis on those aspects that relate to human usage and behaviour.
Graphic designers develop and prepare information for publication with particular emphasis on clarity of communication and the matching of presentation styles to audience requirements.
Interior designers plan and detail commercial and residential building interiors for effective use with particular emphasis on space creation, space planning and factors that affect our responses to living and working environments.
Interior decorators plsn snf prepare building interiors for effective use with particular emphasis on furnishings, finishes and aesthetic presentation.
Textile designers plan and develop patterns, knot and weave construction, prints, textures and illustrations for fabrics and other materials that require the development of patterned surfaces. They plan the way a fabric looks and performs.
Exhibition & Display Design
Exhibition designers design and organise the construction and installation of trade exhibitions, permanent shop displays, museum exhibits and interpretive displays.
TV, Film & Theatre Set
Set designers plan and manage the construction of sets for the presentation of theatre, TV and film productions.
Design educators are involved in the teaching of the various design skills.
Jewellery designers conceptualise, prototype and detail for manufacture items of jewellery such as rings, brooches, bracelets, necklaces, watches, glasses and ear rings.
Fashion designers develop clothing, accessories, footware and other items of personal apparel.
Digital media designers produce static and moving visual material as well as applications for presentations and displays, the web and other multimedia applications
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