In recent years, the profession of graphic design has taken a big hit from the loss of skilled designers to technology and globalization.
But while design is not the only field facing significant disruption, the challenges are especially pronounced for those who work in graphic design.
The profession has been a focus of criticism in recent years.
In recent decades, graphic design’s work was largely produced in the digital age, and many designers were pushed out of the field.
Many companies have left the field in recent decades and those who remained were increasingly being pushed out.
The loss of talented designers has been one of the main factors contributing to the decline in design jobs.
As a result, many graphic designers are now choosing to enter new creative fields, including design, photography, advertising, and social media.
But in recent times, the demand for graphic designers has dramatically increased.
And as more companies move to digitize their product design, the need for designers to deliver graphic design to customers is rising.
In this interview, journalist Daniela Rangel discusses how designers can survive as graphic designers while also designing and developing new products.
This interview has been edited and condensed for clarity.