Meaning of graphic design in English:

graphic design

Pronunciation /ˌɡrafɪk dɪˈzʌɪn/

Translate graphic design into Spanish


mass noun
  • The art or skill of combining text and pictures in advertisements, magazines, or books.

    ‘Of course, this assumes that we're talking about graphic design as commercial art.’
    • ‘His books attempted to mix the visual aspects of drawing and graphic design with the poetics of sequence.’
    • ‘This aspect of the exhibition pays homage to fashion and graphic design as well as to decorative design.’
    • ‘It is digital photography and a judicious mix of graphic design, text, signs and symbols.’
    • ‘He later moved to the United States to study art and graphic design.’
    • ‘Their daughter has contributed her graphic design skills to the cause.’
    • ‘A user can now create stunning menus to add to his site without having any graphic design skills.’
    • ‘This period of modernity was expressed most strongly in graphic design and photo montage.’
    • ‘A high percentage of professional graffiti artists graduate into graphic design or other commercial work.’
    • ‘For this reason, he recommends illustrators become well-versed in new media as well as graphic design for print work.’
    • ‘Advertising and graphic design have become hot career opportunities for students with a creative bent of mind.’
    • ‘The graphic design illustrates and makes tangible the various working processes.’
    • ‘There is more going on in media design and graphic design there.’
    • ‘Many of the same basic principles of graphic design apply to design in any medium.’
    • ‘I love typography and clever graphic design, and am a fan of many folks who do this kind of thing and do it well.’
    • ‘He studied graphic design at the York School of Art and went on to work for several leading design studios in London.’
    • ‘It asked these questions: What is graphic design and how does it impact advertising?’
    • ‘There is almost a confusion between graphic design as an activity and advertising as an activity.’
    • ‘The focus of these debates was not on graphic design - it was on design in general.’
    • ‘He is currently studying video and graphic design at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.’
    artwork, design, graphic design