The Role of your Ad Designer
An Ad Designer will work with an group, firm, agency or organization to produce effective campaigns for ads.
They work closely with clients and companies to convey a message using all the elements at their disposal including photography, typography, color and illustration. An Ad Designer most often will work in several media, such as print or Web.
They tend to keep on top of trends so that they are aware of what works for customers and what will continue to work for customers.
Ad designers must have a keen eye for details and a creative mind. They are required to adhere to strict deadlines and may be required to work irregular hours.
What your Ad Designer Will do for You
Typically your ad designer is responsible for strategizing and planning a new project or ad campaign. They must use their creativity to generate appealing, eye-catching ads or, on a broader scale, a truly memorable theme of which ads are a part.
Ad designers create, edit and manipulate ad presentations according to their client’s wants, desires and specifications.
A large part of their skill set is communicating with management or clients to ascertain the appropriate direction of a project.To this end, sketching several layouts of a campaign may be required of an ad designers to ensure the client has precisely what is needed.
Ginny knows advertising well after spending a decade working as an ad designer at many Los Angeles ad agencies.
It’s second nature and comes very easily to her. She works on small print magazine and newspaper ads, web banner ads and large format advertising such as posters, outdoor boards, and enormous billboards.
She can design your table tents, shelf talkers, POP materials, wine club pieces, neck hangers, etc. Having been an ad designer for so many years, it’s easy to see that she has done it all.
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