|Can you see yourself in this field twenty years from now?
Yes, logos are my obsession. When I'm eighty I hope to still be designing logos for small and medium sized businesses everywhere.
Absolutely most definitely YES! I LOVE this job at the moment I am only a couple of months into my first year so it's a long hard slog but if I look 20 years down the line I know I'll have achieved my dreams in this field. I am so passionate about what I do and I want to learn even more and push myself to reach to the best of my ability and then some.
It is my goal to have a family business which my son and daughter can work in if they want to (although there ambition is more important and I will support them in whatever they want to do - within reason lol) and a career in which me and my husband can both work together in.
I'm not that far off :) The answer is a definite yes!
I certainly hope so!
20 years from now I am seeing myself in front my computer experimenting with the newer version of photoshop.
Back in 1962 I was asked by Richard Dimbleby in an interview on Panorama, in the UK, “are you going to be an artist when you grow up,” I said no! (Video clip to follow)
Fifty years later, I am doing it more than ever. :-)
yes as i see design as a hobby and livelyhood
I see myself somewhere in the design field, but I have NO idea where. Hell, I don't have a clue where I will be in one year!!
Yes, though ONLY as a very old mentor...
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YES! Definitely yes!!!
Yes. But hope that 2012-end of the world rumors dont prove true. Haha!!
I don't even know if this field will exist in its current form twenty years from now.
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