The infographic below is part of our series on the best graphic designers in the world.

It’s part of a collaboration between Buzzfeed and The Graphic Designers Association, an organization that focuses on the profession of graphic design.

If you’re not familiar with graphic design but want to know what it’s all about, here’s a quick primer.

The graphic designer has the power to create a work of art, or create an experience, with the help of a team of artists and designers.

Their job is to create stunning visuals that people can relate to.

Graphic designers are also highly-skilled and creative professionals who are able to adapt their skills to meet a variety of client needs.

If this sounds familiar, that’s because the profession is so often misunderstood and undervalued.

And it’s not just a problem for graphic designers.

It also has an impact on the lives of graphic designers and their clients.

It means the art of the design process can sometimes go unnoticed.

“It’s not the most exciting profession out there, but it’s the most rewarding,” said Jessica Oleson, founder of The Graphic Designer Institute.

“When you have a job that is so hard and rewarding, it’s very hard not to think that you are contributing to the world and the world will appreciate you.”

As you can see from the infographic above, graphic design is highly valued by a wide variety of people.

And while the graphic design field has a long history of being underrepresented, it has recently started to change in some ways.

Today, there are more than 2.2 million graphic designers, and a growing number of them are actively seeking jobs in the profession.

This infographic offers a look at the profession and how it’s changing.

It may be surprising to you to learn that graphic design doesn’t have a name.

That’s because graphic design does not have a title.

Instead, it is more accurately called “design.”

But that doesn’t mean it’s completely unrecognizable.

For instance, the graphic designer might be called a “designer” or a “web designer,” depending on where they work.

And there are other terms that may be associated with the profession, such as a “coder,” or a professional “design,” or even a “graphic artist.”

The infographic above is based on a new infographic from The Graphic Directors Association, which has just released a new report called The Graphic Industry: The Industry’s Changing Image.

This year, the organization published a new graphic that breaks down the profession into three categories: graphic designers (also known as “graphics designers,” or “designers”), visual designers, illustrators and artists.

Here’s a look: Graphic Design and the Art of Design As mentioned above, the art and design of design is an important part of the graphic designers profession.

“This is the profession where we make the best decisions, and that’s why we are the best-educated professionals in the field,” said Anna Fuhr, executive director of the organization.

She also added that graphic designers can make money.

Fuhrs work as a designer in graphic design and design consulting, but she said the jobs pay well and are often exciting.

“You have to think about where you get the most money,” she said.

“I get paid more than I can afford to pay for everything.

I’m an illustrator and I get paid $10,000 a month.

If I have a project, I get $50,000.”

In addition to being highly-paid, graphic designers have a variety on their résumés that are often overlooked, including a master’s degree in design, a bachelor’s degree, or a master of arts in graphic arts.

In the infographic below, we’ve taken a look back at some of the most influential graphic designers to come out of the profession: Art Director-in-Residence (ADIR) Anna Fumke, whose portfolio includes work for Disney, The New York Times, The Atlantic, ESPN, and many others, is one of the oldest graphic designers on the planet.

The New Yorker’s Nick Bilton wrote about her in 2011: Anna Fumbke, an art director-in a-residence at the New Yorker, has been with the magazine since 1996.

Her first assignment was as an illustrators assistant, and she then moved to the design department and then, in 2000, to the advertising department.

She moved to New York City from Amsterdam, where she had studied graphic design as a child.

Now she is a founding member of the New York Academy of Art Directors.

ADIRs job description is as follows: She oversees and oversees design for a variety, and often complex, projects.

ADIRTs main responsibility is to manage the design and creative processes for a team and a group of artists.

She is a visual designer