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    Graphic design is a centuries-old craft that dates back to Egyptian hieroglyphs and at least 17,000-year-old cave paintings. It’s a term that first appeared in the print industry in the 1920s. It continues to include a variety of activities, such as logo creation. In this context, graphic design is concerned with both aesthetic appeal and marketing. Graphic designers use images, color, and typography to entice viewers. Graphic designers working in user experience (UX) design, on the other hand, must justify stylistic choices such as image placement and font with a human-centered approach. That means you should concentrate on—and try to empathize with—your specific users while creating good-looking designs that maximize usability. Aesthetics must serve a purpose—we don’t make art for the sake of making art in UX design. As a result, graphic designers must diversify into visual design.

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