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  1. Designer I go to Ecorse high school and I’m in the ninth grade. Ten years from now I want to be a fashion designer. I always wanted to be a fashion designer there are a lot of others designers too. I’m going to tell you about all of them.

  2. A Designer is a person who designs. More formally, a designer is an agent that "specifies the structural properties of a design object”. In practice, anyone who creates tangible or intangible objects, such as consumer products, processes, laws, games and graphics, is referred to as a designer.

  3. Classically, the main areas of design were only painting, sculpture and architecture, which were understood as the major arts. The design of clothing, furniture and other common artifacts were left mostly to tradition or artisans specializing in hand making them.

  4. With the increasing complexity of today’s society, and due to the needs of mass production where more time is usually associated with more cost, the production methods became more complex and with them the way designs and their production is created. The classical areas are now subdivided in smaller and more specialized domains of design (landscape design, urban design, exterior design, interior design, industrial design, furniture design, cloth design, and many more) according to the product designed or perhaps its means of production.

  5. The education, experience and genetic blocks that form the base of a competent designer is normally similar no matter the area of specialization, only in later stages of training and work will designer diverge to a specialized field. The methods of teaching or the program and theories followed vary according to schools and field of study.

  6. Today, a design team, no matter the scale of the equipment, is usually composed by a master designer (the head of the team) that will have the responsibility to take decisions about the way the creative process should evolve, and a number of technical designers (the hands of the team) specialized in diverse areas according to the product proposed. For more complex products, the team will also be composed of professionals from other areas like engineers, advertising specialists, and others as required.

  7. Fashion designer • Fashion design is the art of the application of design and aesthetics or natural beauty to clothing and accessories. Fashion design is influenced by cultural and social latitudes, and has varied over time and place.

  8. Fashion designers work in a number of ways in designing clothing and accessories. Some work alone or as part of a team. They attempt to satisfy consumer desire for aesthetically designed clothing and, because of the time required to bring a garment onto the market, must at times anticipate changing consumer tastes.

  9. Fashion designers attempt to design clothes which are functional as well as aesthetically pleasing. They must consider who is likely to wear a garment and the situations in which it will be worn.

  10. They have a wide range and combinations of materials to work with and a wide range of colors, patterns and styles to choose from. Though most clothing worn for everyday wear falls within a narrow range of conventional styles, unusual garments are usually sought for special occasions, such as evening wear or party dresses. Some clothes are made specifically for an individual, as in the case of haute couture or bespoke tailoring.

  11. Today, most clothing is designed for the mass market, especially casual and every-day wear. Fashion designers can work in a number of many ways. Fashion designers may work full-time for one Fashion Company, known as 'in-house designers' which owns the designs.

  12. They may work alone or as part of a team. Freelance designers work for themselves, selling their designs to fashion houses, directly to shops, or to clothing manufacturers. The garments bear the buyer's label.

  13. Web designer • Web design is the process of planning and creating a website. Text, images, digital media and interactive elements are used by web designers to produce the page seen on the web browser.

  14. Web designers utilize markup language, most notably HTML for structure and CSS for presentation as well as JavaScript to add interactivity to develop pages that can be read by web browsers. As a whole, the process of web design can include conceptualization, planning, producing, post-production, research, and advertising. The site itself can be divided up into pages.

  15. The site is navigated by using hyperlinks, which are commonly blue and underlined but can be made to look like anything the designer wishes. Images can also be hyperlinks.

  16. If you're looking for a solid career with a lot of growth potential you still can't beat web design. It has a solid starting salary level and high pay increase as experience and skills increase. PayScale.com lists starting web design salaries as $35,200 per year advancing up to $67,500 with a strong median salary of $47,874.

  17. Additionally, Salary.com shows senior web designer's salaries starting at $72,800 annually and increasing to an average salary of $84,610 and topping out at $97,224. The trouble with accurate salary range prediction for web designers is the variance in what web design means to different people.

  18. The title 'web designer' spans descriptions from simple page layout to advanced graphic design and CSS to complicated server-side language knowledge that includes Perl, Cold Fusion, PHP/MySQL, or ASP. It also makes a difference where you live if you are seeking employment with a large corporation, a small company, or if you operate online as a freelance web designer.

  19. Costume designer • A costume designer or costume mistress/master is a person whose responsibility is to design costumes for a film or stage production. He or she is considered an important part of the "production team", working alongside the director, scenic and lighting designers as well as the sound designer.

  20. The costume designer might also collaborate with a hair/wig master or a makeup designer. In European theatre the role is somewhat different as the theatre designer will design both costume and scenic elements.

  21. Costume designers will typically seek to enhance a character's personality, and/or to create an evolving plot of color, changing social status or period through the visual design of garments and other means of dressing, distorting and enhancing the body - within the framework of the director's vision. At the same time, the designer must ensure that the designs allow the actor to move in a manner consistent with the historical period and enables the actor to execute the director's blocking of the production without damage to the garments.

  22. Additional considerations include the durability and wash ability of garments, particularly in extended runs. The designer must work in consultation with not only the director, but the set and lighting designers to ensure that the overall design of the production works together.

  23. The designer needs to possess strong artistic capabilities as well as a thorough knowledge of pattern development, draping, drafting, textiles and costume/fashion history as well as awareness of poise when in period dress, and be sensitive to the creative direction that the performer wants to take his/her character.

  24. Professional costume designers generally fall into three types: freelance, residential, and academic. A freelance designer is hired for a specific production by a theatre, dance or opera company, and may or may not actually be local to the theatre that he or she is designing for.

  25. A freelancer is traditionally paid in three installments upon hire, on the delivery of final renderings, and opening night of the production. Freelancers are not obligated to any exclusivity in what projects they are working on, and may be designing for several theatres concurrently.