In the family of courses preferred by the digital nomads, we find courses in Graphic Design amongst the most popular. Over the years we have seen constant interest in training in design by professionals who are not so interested in turning the qualification into an Australian visa as learning a profession that can guarantee a source of income regardless of your precise geographical location. In the context where companies in every part of the world can be reached by their competition thanks to the digital media boom, differentiation is made possible mainly due to an original and professional graphic look that’s also in line with the company’s personality and the chosen communication strategy. In fact, according to Il Sole 24 Ore, by opening the horizon to the whole planet, the ‘digital nomads’ could number at least a billion by 2035’. In fact, organisations like MBO Partners are not just facilitating the matching of demand and supply of independent specialists and big companies, but some studies suggest the trend is going to increase, and that the ‘digital nomads’ are now imposing themselves as a well-defined and united group, not only from technical aspects but also ideological values.
Working as Graphic Designer in Australia
Qualification: Diploma of Graphic Design
Skill Level: 2
Profession: 232411 Graphic Designer (Skill Level 1)
Course program: https://training.gov.au/Training/Details/CUV50311
Description: during this type of course, the student will gradually reach the position of being able to plan and develop simpler graphic projects. The starting point is familiarity with software such as the Adobe Suite, and in particular, optimal use of Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. One of the central features of this course is the study of what is called the ‘grammar of visual communication’, that is, the ability to find the solution the matches the customer’s requirements.