Visual/UI Designers play an increasingly important part in creating aesthetically appealing and effective web layouts, product illustrations, iconography, print materials, presentations and much more. Visual Designers can work independently, but many work within cross sectional teams along with user experience researchers and designers, interaction designers, marketers, salespersons and other key stakeholders.
The ability to communicate effectively is an important skill that an increasing number of companies around the world are seeking. Demand for Visual Designers is expected to rise much faster compared to other professions. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Visual Designer job positions are expected to grow by 12,500 jobs per year through 2026.
Known as the birthplace of California, San Diego is the second largest city in the state and is known for its mild year-round climate. There are an estimated 1.4 million people who live in the city. While the region has historically been linked with the defense and military industry, the healthcare and biotechnology sectors are particularly strong. San Diego is home to companies like Nokia, LG Electronics, Kyocera International and Novatel.
There is a rich cultural and arts scene in San Diego, largely influenced by the city‰Ûªs close proximity to Mexico. Popular attractions include the San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego Natural Museum and the Air and Space Museum. Residents also have easy access to Balboa Park, a large urban park that houses recreational facilities and the San Diego Zoo.
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