Got a degree in Interior Design? What’s next?

With easy access to products and information, interior designing is not just interior designing today. Over the years, how we decorate a space has changed completely.

On the path to becoming an interior designer, you are sure to come across many people who stepped out of the norm and chose a field that is a tad bit different from typical interior designing. Let’s explore few such options that you can choose from after you complete your degree.

-Interior and Spatial Designing: Combining architectural knowledge, creative design skills, and project management, this job role involve designing or renovating commercial, leisure, and domestic spaces.

-Visual Merchandiser: This profile is all about developing and delivering eye-catching visual concepts and strategies on displays, that promote retail brands, products, and services in-store, for online portals, stores, and catalogues.

-Furniture/Product Designer: Along with creative designing, one needs marketing, finance, sales and commercial skills, and business awareness to excel in this role. Knowing market demands and then improving the design and usability of an item is one of the main requirements of this profile.

-Exhibition Designer: If you have strong team-work skills, can work in strict deadlines, and enjoy working in collaboration then this profile is for you. You can get to work for commercial & cultural exhibitions, showcase events, conferences, trade shows, etc.

-Production Designer (theatre/film/television): A flair for visual arts can help you succeed in this role. As a Production Designer you can work in theatre, film and television, and will be responsible for designing and styling sets, locations, graphics, props, among others.

-Retail Buyer: Planning and selecting products to sell in retail outlets is one of the job responsibilities for a Retail Buyer. This role also requires commercial awareness and excellent analytical skills.

The list does not end here and there is still lots more to explore. You can also gain some experience and then pursue a masters in your field of interest for a better and rewarding career.

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