Production Designer

What is a Production Designer?

We marry both technical and creative problems by using our graphic design skills to support campaigns. Once a concept has been established, we help to blow out all deliverables. We work fast and efficiently, and we love learning new skills and helping others.

“My job summed up: 🧐 👩🏽‍💻 👩🏽‍🎨 ”

Meera P.

This is what I do most days…

I work with our project managers and design teams on projects that our clients need created.

I collaborate...

I follow the Art Director’s ideas and use them to edit photos, layouts, and create and update content.

I design...

I use computer design software to create digital ads, social media content, emails and websites, and design print materials.

I build...

In their own words:

“I love graphic design, and this job aligns well with my skillset and style of working. I’m passionate about creating visually stunning work that also provides useful and accessible information for everyone, and I get to do just that 🙂


Meera P.

I always had a passion for design – and strong time management skills – which lend themselves well to this role. My job is creative, fast-paced and fun!


Pegah P.

If I could give my younger self any advice, I’d say: don’t worry too much, just take things day by day.


Pegah P.

Thinking about becoming a Production Designer?

Explore some of the skills you’ll need

to prepare for the role. 

  • Ability to produce, draw and sketch  
  • Knowledge of graphic design  
  • Ability to create animations  
  • Knowledge of various visual styles for filming and graphic design  
  • Understanding of production processes and visual arts  
  • Ability to conceptualize and oversee creative themes for projects 
  • Ability to use platforms like Photoshop, InDesign, Lightroom, and Illustrator 
  • Collaborate with Directors, Producers and other creative departments 
  • Strong problem-solving skills  
  • Ability to manage large-scale projects, multi-task, and meet deadlines 

If you think a job as a Production Designer might be right for you, print off your Job Report and take it to a parent, teacher or guidance counsellor to talk about what your next steps should be.