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Careers & Job Roles

The realm of commercial animation is as diverse as the styles and techniques of animation itself.

Artistic jobs exist across many different sectors, allowing individuals to blend their creativity with technical skills.

Roles in the Animation Industry

A job in animation can be defined as the art of breathing life to a character or an object. A blend of entertainment industry and technology, it is concerned with design, drawing, layout and production of graphically rich and attractive multimedia clips.

  • 2D Animator
  • 3D Animator
  • Key Frame Animator
  • Image Editor / Compositor
  • 3D Modeller / Sculpting Artist
  • Character Rigger / Animator
  • Texture Artist
  • Layout Artist
  • Lighting Artist
  • Fx Artist
  • Storyboard Artist
  • Clean Up Artist
  • Rendering Artist

Roles in the Visual Effects Industry

VFX is the art of combining computer-generated (CG) sequences with live-action footage to create scenes that can't be filmed in real life. Using a combination of technical and artistic skills, alien landscapes, enormous crowd scenes or fire-breathing dragons can be brought to our screens.

  • Layout Artist
  • Compositing Artist
  • Lighting Artist
  • Rendering Artist
  • Roto Artist
  • Matte Painter
  • VFx Supervisor
  • Prep Artist
  • Compositing Supervisor

Roles Graphic, Web Design & Development Industry

Graphic, Web Designers & Developers are required for diverse jobs. The following are some of the job profiles that Graphic, Web Designers & Developers can take up after attaining the required skills.

  • Design and Layout Artist

    A design and layout analyst is a person who is responsible for the layout editors design and format pages or other materials for print or online use.

  • Front-end Developer

    A front end developer is required to add visual effects or elements to a web application that users see and interact with at the front end of a website.

  • Back-end Developer

    Back end developers are responsible for handling the server-side aspects of a web application. They also integrate the work that front end developers do.

  • Graphic Designer

    Graphic designers develop graphics and layouts for product illustrations, company logos, web layouts and more.

  • User Experience Designer

    UX designers work to make products, processes and services seamless, enjoyable and intuitive for users. They think about how the product feels, how users will use it. They ensure the product flows from one step to the next. UX designers might run user tests, refining any bumps or confusions in the process.

  • User Interface Designer

    UI design is often considered a subset of UX design and has similar overall goals. User interface designers focus on how the product is laid out. They design each screen and each page, ensuring that the layout visually works with the overall path a UX designer has charted.

  • Web Application Developer

    Web Application Developers work, keeping in mind the requirements of the client. They perform different responsibilities, such as website designing, coding, modifying, layout, and more.

  • Web Marketing analyst

    The responsibilities of a web marketing analyst include gathering and analyzing data for studying client behaviour, search engine optimization, website analysis, and online advertising.

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