Booming Multimedia Arts Careers in the Philippines

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With commercialization becoming a worldwide trend, the Philippines is not left behind in joining the multimedia rush. Nowadays, many companies in the country pay employees who are knowledgeable in the use of various media platforms. 
 
Different companies from varying industries require the expertise of educated and highly trained professionals in improving their marketing and promotional techniques. Here is a list of the different kind of jobs that multimedia arts students in the Philippines can take on after graduation.
 
  1. Game Designer – Such professionals help create different game elements, be it off or online. Knowledge in multimedia is crucial as the job involves creation of layout, game concept, game play, and sounds
  2. Web Content Producer – Content for a web site needs development and improvement, and that’s where a web content producer comes in. They are tasked to manage and maintain web sites and keep it up to par with the company’s standards.
  3. Animator – Multimedia graduates can use their knowledge in giving life into a series of drawings. Animators are required to be visual in order to convert still drawings into moving cartoon or film strips.
  4. Software Developer – This job will require you to write, modify, and debug application software. It demands the technical know-how of a multimedia artist to create source codes for client applications.
  5. Web Designer – They create designs for web sites, based on the specification given by the client. And as some designs need to match a pre-set theme or logo, they also make sure that all site elements follow suit with the demands.
  6. Video Producers – These professionals help develop, write, and produce various videos, involving various tasks such as script writing, information research, materials and equipment purchases, video editing, staff planning, and more.
  7. Art Directors – This job expects you to supervise artists in creating print and ad materials, including other multimedia platforms needed for advertisement. Art directors normally handle the whole process of creating the materials until the project is finished from planning and preparation up until the launching period.
  8. Interface Designer – this type of designer applies multimedia knowledge in creating graphical user interface (GUI) elements for a variety of platform. Thus, it is important for an interface designer to have a vast knowledge in merging codes with graphical elements to produce an output that the client can use.

These and many other careers involve a person’s knowledge in the use of various channels. As these multimedia arts careers in the Philippines  continue to grow, so is the demand for relevant schools in the country.

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Janet Miranda has 3 articles online
Janet Miranda is a multimedia enthusiast and a seasoned writer specializing in different art media. She believes in the potential of Filipinos to be at the global creative frontline. 
 
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This article was published on 2014/05/20