If there is one question I get more than any other from those seeking a career in advertising/design, it is this: what's the difference between an art director and a graphic designer.
Let's clear it up.
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Mark January 8th, 2018, in the afternoonThat should prove useful to lots of people (from experience, many I have worked with dont know the difference - on the accounts side at least).
What would be really useful would be a comparison between a designer and a creative artworker and an artworker - many times the term creative artworker is used, but people don't know what that is - to the vast majority I have encountered the creative prefix has no meaning - artworkers are there to repro and get the job out.