Based on 223 responses, the job of Graphic Artist has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.63 out of 5. On average, Graphic Artists are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Graphic Artist?
Continue to Learn.
Stay current with design trends and software. Take on projects and push to be project leader. Plan your growth income path with management or you will stay right where you are at.
ART in all forms is something that I am naturally superior.
Get prepared to learn new software tips tricks effects drawing techniques for the rest of your career.
Use both sides of your brain.
Be original but be aware of trends.
It is fun work.
Pros: I love being able to create new ideas, and designs. I create specialty art for companies that sell our items in big box stores. I take a lot of pride in the things I create, especially when I have the time to actually work on the art.
Cons: Being told to make something "trendy", "hip" or some other semblance of those words with out any actual direction. Sometimes your ideas are dismissed easily and it is frustrating. Not given enough time to actually work on the given projects and feeling rushed. And when our warehouse is backed up we are pulled fro our jobs to pack, pull and tag. It is the worst part of the job, but this is also something that happens when you are apart of a smaller company. But being out in the warehouse for 3 months is tiring. I've hurt my hands, ankle, back, and I've got more sore muscles than I ever wanted.
I Offer my Bery Best for the Company.
Know your Bosses! Give the Best! More than they'll Expect.
There was a cap on the amount of money that I could make.
Budget income, don't waste money on new fangled technology. True talent comes from within yourself. Journal Journal Journal.
Busy and overworked constantly.
Graphic Artist in Northampton:
Pros: Local to home.
Cons: Opportunities and pay.