The degree in Textile Design gives the ability to work in the line of design that emphasizes textiles. In addition to designing textiles, products and various surface materials, the textile designer brands the designs and brings them into production. The designer’s working day can also include sales, marketing and coordinating, or working for a magazine.
When graduating, the designer masters the design skills required in the profession. In addition to being a professional in visual design, the designer has an understanding of overall conception, production design, material and manufacturing technology and marketing of textiles.
The textile designer can work with projects, supervision and design, either in a design company or as an entrepreneur. The professional title can, for example, be one of the following: Designer, Product Developer, Product Manager, Purchasing Agent, Project Salesperson or Interior Design Editor.
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