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Exhibit designers specialize in creating visually aesthetic displays for large shows and exhibitions. They are usually employed by art galleries, museums, and private businesses that organize regular exhibitions. These specialists work tirelessly before upcoming exhibitions. They start by preparing sketches or presentations demonstrating their visions and ideas. Their sketches must meet the exhibition specifications in terms of audience, theme, purpose, size limit and budget, among other factors. On approval, they work to bring their vision to life. For this they may work with a team consisting of designers, painters, assistant, and various other contractors.
Exhibit designers typically have a bachelor's degree in interior design, exhibition design, or a related field. Knowledge of three-dimensional design and business administration is also useful. In additional to being highly creative, exhibit designers must also have excellent time-management skills and be able to work within space and budget constraints.
The best way to demonstrate your skills as an exhibit designer is by carrying a portfolio of some of your best works. The can speak volumes about your work and is more effective then talking about what you can do. The interviewer will also ask you questions about the strategies you use to create an exhibit design. They will also want to know about your career goals. At Mock Questions, you will find several more questions that interviewers typically ask when looking for an exhibit designer.