Display designers use their design skills to help promote the image, products, and services of businesses and other organisations. To some extent the roles of display designers focus on designing displays, stands, and panels which are used at exhibitions, conferences, and other events. They also produce point-of-sale displays, which are stock containers that are usually mass-produced and installed in hundreds of retail outlets. A display designer aims to promote their client’s products, brand, and image by creating an eye-catching display using visual and graphic elements. Depending on their client’s business, the display may be taken to a wide range of locations, from trade exhibitions to shopping malls.
Interested in becoming a display designer?
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- Skills Academy Short Course Certificate in Retail Management
- Skills Academy Skills Certificate in Retail Management
- Skills Academy Proficiency Certificate in Retail Management
- Skills Academy Short Course Certificate in General Management.
- Skills Academy Skills Certificate in General Management
- Skills Academy Proficiency Certificate in General Management
Last updated: October 25th 2016