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Work in Graphics Technology

Graphic designers — or graphic artists — plan, analyze and create visual solutions to communications problems. They decide the most effective way of getting a message across in print, electronic and film media using a variety of methods such as color, type, illustration, photography, animation and various print and layout techniques.

Graphic designers develop the overall layout and production design of magazines, newspapers, journals, corporate reports and other publications. They also produce promotional displays, packaging and marketing brochures for products and services, design distinctive logos for products and businesses and develop signs and signage systems— called environmental graphics — for business and government.

An increasing number of graphic designers also are developing material for website pages, interactive media and multimedia projects. Graphic designers also may produce the credits that appear before and after television programs and movies.

Save time and money by earning free credit! Per FLDOE statewide articulation, EFSC will accept select industry certifications toward credits in the Graphics Technology Degree Program. Agreements are also in place for select career certificates known as CTCs or PSAVs that can lead to credit in the Graphics Technology A.S. degree or a related College Credit Certificate program.  Learn more about articulated credit agreements for Career & Technical Programs

Know Your Field

Career Options:Graphic Designer*, Computer Graphic Technician, Multi-media Technician, Publication Technician, Internet (Webmaster) Technician

*Indicates Occupations on the 2011-12 Brevard County's Regional Targeted Occupations List (TOL)