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Visual Interaction Designers

Work Environment

Visual interaction designers spend most of their workdays in offices and design studios, although some travel to the offices of clients for meetings. Designers at large tech companies have access to state-of-the-art technology and workplace amenities (such as on-site gyms, cafeterias with free food, and game rooms and other places where they can blow off steam during a hectic workweek). At smaller employers, the quality of the technology may be lower and there are typically fewer employee amenities. Many designers work a standard, 9:00-to-5:00 workweek, although some may need to work at night or on weekends to meet tight project deadlines. Some employers allow designers to work from home or other remote locations a portion or all of the time.

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