Industrial design makes more of everyday life. Design also decides on the acceptance of new software and products.
Interfaces must work well, but they should also draw attention to themselves and reflect the corporate design of your company.
Graphic designers are strong in analysis, creatively tested and can translate your needs into images and software requirements.
The style guide is the requirements document for graphical treatment. It must be developed, set down, but also consistently followed up on.
The graphics and an understanding of screen flows and their feasibility are what distinguish a good designer in the software industry. Operations are simplified if requirements are prepared and reproduced in handbooks and help functions in a way that is humanly comprehensible.
Reworking in product sheets and marketing materials supports sales.
In the Specific-Group, graphic designers pursue their work within the competency model of development: a distinction is made based on their experience and creativity between junior, middle and senior.