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Design consultants are highly creative and skilled professionals who specialize in giving their clients design ideas that are both aesthetically pleasing as well as functional. Design consultants may specialize in three niche areas - interior design, graphic design or fashion design. The exact scope of a design consultant's role depends on their field of specialty. Each niche field requires a completely different thought process and skill set.
A bachelor's degree is the minimum educational qualification required for all three fields of specialization. This would be followed by a vocational program in the specific design field. Because of the nature of the job, licensure may be required to work as an interior design consultant. Design consultants must be highly creative and have a strong aesthetic sense. Excellent analytical, problem-solving, communication, time-management and organizational skills are also essential in this role.
At your interview, the interviewing panel may decide to test your skills by giving you a mock situation and asking you to come up with a solution that integrates both form and function. You must also carry along your portfolio with photographs of some of your best works. Be prepared to answer questions about your strengths and weaknesses and why you think you are the best person for the job. Mock Questions has compiled a list of probable interview questions. Check them out and give some thought to how you would answer them. This will help you to be better prepared for the upcoming interview.