EXHIBIT DESIGNER

June 20, 2017, 3:30 p.m.

Exhibit designers create designs for exhibition and display stands, which are used at showcase events, conferences, trade shows, museums and galleries. Their designs are based on the requirements of their clients combined with their own ideas as they relate to customer appeal.

 

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

The education needed to become an exhibit designer is typically determined by each individual employer, as there are no government regulations pertaining to this career. Employers however, generally prefer to hire candidates with a certificate, diploma or degree in one or more of the following areas:
 
• Industrial design
• Architecture
• Drafting
• Spatial design (exhibitions)
• Interior design
• Three-dimensional (3D) design
• Graphic design
 
Employers may accept work experience related to exhibit design in place of formal education, provided you can provide a strong portfolio that demonstrates your competence in design. 

 

SKILL REQUIREMENTS

In order to become effective in a career as an exhibit designer, and perform your job duties with competence, you need to posses a certain set of skills, including:
 
• Able to plan and create two and three-dimensional designs
• Excellent technical drawing abilities
• Proficient with computer-aided design (CAD) software
• Able to visualize how exhibition plans might look
• Able to develop innovative designs
• Excellent understanding of visual communication
• Able to effectively deal with frequent work interruptions

 

JOB MARKET

An exhibit designer may either work as a freelancer or be hired as a permanent in-house employee. No matter which form of employment you choose to pursue, it is strongly recommended that you develop and maintain a portfolio of your best and most recent work, as it is extremely difficult to secure employment without one.
 
A good place to start the development of a portfolio is by designing exhibitions while in school. Plenty of opportunities can be found by speaking to teachers and professors and letting them know that you’re interested in exhibition design. As an aspiring exhibit designer, you can also actively pursue opportunities outside of school to volunteer your services, as this is a great way to hone your skills and add to your portfolio

 

ARE YOU FIT FOR THE JOB?

If you want to become an exhibit designer, you first need to determine if this career path is a good fit for your skills, interests and personality traits. If the following description sounds like you, then you’re probably well suited for this career:
 
• You are able to visualize, plan and create two and three-dimensional designs
• You have a keen interest in design
• You have an interest in the subject matter of the exhibit
• You have interest in a career field that offers the possibility of self-employment
• You take satisfaction from watching design ideas materialize
• You are willing to endure periods of limited income while building a portfolio, a client base or finding stable employment

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