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Visual designers are highly creative individuals who specialize in digital design. They are different from other designers in that they focus primarily on what the user will see on the screen. They do not do coding or any other behind the scenes work. The types of work that visual designers do include landing pages, web banner ads, icons, and email templates among others.
A bachelor's degree in any art and design related field is the minimum qualification required to become a visual designer. Visual designers must also be very proficient with using the Adobe Creative Suite. Some employers may require you to also be familiar with some other proprietary design-related software that they use to create their designs. A visual designer must have the ability to communicate using design.
Carrying along your portfolio of your best visual design works is important. This will allow potential employers to evaluate your work and decide right there and then whether your design style is what they are looking for. In addition to design-related questions, the interviewing panel will also ask you questions about your long and short term career goals. To assess your ability to communicate via design, the interviewer may ask you to create a design for a given set of specifications. Before going for the interview, make sure you go to Mock Questions and browse through the list of questions that are commonly asked at visual designer interviewers.