The graphic design field is looking very promising in 2020.

A combination of technologies and a high-tech workforce has made graphic design a viable career for many, with graphic designers having a career average of 7.5 years.

However, many graduates end up working in other fields.

Graphic designers can take the same career route as architects and interior designers, where they can earn up to 20 per cent more on average than architects.

Graphic design is becoming more and more popular, and in 2020 many will be moving into new jobs.

Here are some tips to make it happen.


Create a graphic design portfolio.

Create your own professional portfolio and showcase your work in your home.

This will help employers understand what you’re good at, what you enjoy and what your future plans are.

This can also help you stand out from the crowd.

Your portfolio should be professionally curated with images and designs that will draw people to your company.

This is where you should choose a logo, color scheme and layout.

You should also include a few pictures of yourself, your clients, projects you have worked on and a short bio.


Choose a design language.

In graphic design, a graphic designer can work in any language and work from anywhere.

The language you choose is crucial.

If you want to become a graphic artist, it is essential that you learn a new language.

A lot of graphic designers start out as designers and become graphic designers, but then they learn the craft of creating design documents and design websites.

The graphic designer must then start designing website and logo designs.

You can learn more about this process here.


Choose your logo.

Make sure you choose a professional logo that will stand out in the eyes of your potential employers.

Some companies have a logo template which you can use as a starting point for creating your own logo.

You will need to work with a graphic designing company and pay them a commission for your work.

Make an image of your logo on your site and then use that as a template.

Then you can create your design from there.


Design your website and website layout.

Once you have chosen your logo, you should design your website layout to make your site stand out.

Some of the best website layouts include logo templates, navigation boxes, tables and footers.

You also need to ensure your website has a clear header, a clear footer, a title, a logo and a splash.


Choose fonts and styles.

Choose the fonts, sizes and shapes that you want your website to be.

This includes logos, fonts and even text that will make your website stand out visually.

There are some things that you can do to make sure your website looks good in the eye of the beholder.


Make it work.

If your website doesn’t work, you can always try to fix it yourself.

This could be with a website redesign, adding a new logo, adding more images, changing the layout, changing your email address, changing any email address that you have.

Make any changes you like and then update the website to reflect these changes.

If it is not working, you could consider selling the website.

It is also worth remembering that you are paying a commission on your website so if you want it to be profitable, you need to make money.


Design a portfolio.

You need to be able to stand out and be able make a living from your graphic design work.

This means making a portfolio for your company, work, portfolio, company newsletter and your portfolio website.

A portfolio is also a good way to prove you have a portfolio that is valuable and relevant.

This might include your company’s website, company portfolio or portfolio websites, portfolio websites or portfolio social media accounts.

The portfolio will help you in future career advancement.


Find a job.

If a graphic designs job is still out of reach for you, you may be able go into other industries and look for a job, but you may not be able find one that matches your skill set.

Graphic designer jobs are very competitive and you may have to look elsewhere to find a job in 2020 and beyond.

This article has been produced by BBC News with editorial support from the Digital Economy Foundation, the Centre for Digital Policy Research and the University of Melbourne.