Graphic Designer Interview questions in Singapore

In preparation for an interview, come ready to discuss your portfolio at length, as well as your design process, and which design software you are familiar with. Graphic design positions can be very specific to the company, so make sure that you brush up on the company's current design style and are ready to explain how your style and experience will mesh.

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Top Graphic Designer Interview Questions & How to Answer

Here are three top graphic designer interview questions and tips on how to answer them:

Question No. 1: A copywriter on your team disagrees with your work. How do you handle this?

How to answer: The hiring manager is assessing your interpersonal, conflict-resolution and teamwork skills with this question. Prove your competencies with a savvy strategy. Include steps such as trying to understand the colleague's viewpoint, de-escalating the discord and explaining your design process.

Question No. 2: You have designed a campaign you are proud of, but the client suddenly wants to change everything. How do you handle this?

How to answer: Customer service, communication and problem-solving skills are essential for this position. Show the hiring manager that your skill set includes these abilities. Propose a strategy with tactics such as learning why the client wants the changes and providing any necessary explanations about your work. Additionally, re-evaluating your designs, collaborating with the client to decide on essential changes and revising your work can be included.

Question No. 3: Tell me about your computer and design skills.

How to answer: A suitable candidate for a graphic designer position will be proficient in job-specific software and skills. For example, you can include Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, MS Word and MS PowerPoint in your answer. Skills in Adobe After Effects for motion design; UX and UI design; colour theory; and front end web development software, such as Adobe Dreamweaver, can show your versatility and increase your employability.

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Applied Systems
Graphic Designer was asked...20 February 2013

Have you ever been on a boat? (Creative Open-ended question)

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Yes, I was actually born in the hold of a fishing trawler off the coast of Antarctica. (When the interviewer says, "Really?", I say, "No. But yes, I have been on a boat." Less

Not yet - But I will be someday, when I finally get rescued off of this stupid island you put me on way back in Question #1 Less

No, next question...

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Q. What is it about Google that inspires you?

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Its innovations and creativity!! Whenever, there is a special occasion, the way it portrays on Google chrome search, it is inspiring!! I believe that Google knows that its real asset are humans, that's why interacting with common people like this makes it unique!! Google has its unique selling point! Less


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The Wild East Group

what is the salary you are expecting?

11 Answers

7 lac per annum

8-9 lac per annum

45k to 50k

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are you comfortable with night shift

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yes, off course

yes i m comfortable

Yes, I am comfortable

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Topps Company

Describe yourself in one word.

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Self starter



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If I know TV design lingo.

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PTM Images

What are your strengths and weaknesses? Yup, that was it. He didn't ask who I've worked for, didn't even glance through my portfolio. Mr. Bass actually seemed preoccupied and rushed through my interview.

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Good for you! Those post were written by the owner trying to excuse the sorry offers he makes. I am positive you were over qualified! Good luck and stay as far away as possible from this place! Less

Good one Mr Bass, I don't know how you find time to come on here and put interviewees down when you are too busy to meet with them (even though you were the one who sent the email asking me to come in for an interview). And to the person who commented recently, thank you and I appreciate your kindness. I know what I'm worth and do not need to work for pennies for a no-name company who is putting up the biggest show at the Pacific Design Center. Less

It's my pleasure! You were smart enough to walk away. Can you imagine accepting a position and realizing the person the owner is once you were inside , in too deep to leave? It happens to a lot of people , good people also. Just thank the universe and your experience for being able see through this guy. Less

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What are you passionate about ?

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As a Ui Ux Designer , My Answer It is boring to work on the same setup every day , I do a new experiment and pick up the right and new tools Less

As a Ui Designer,, My Answer is It is boring to work on the same setup every day, so I doing a new experiment and pick up the right and new tools Less

As a Ui Designer,, My Answer is It is boring to work on the same setup every day, so I doing a new experiment and pick up the right and new tools Less

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Tell us why we should NOT hire you?

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If you want to loose out on a great team meme we you should not hire me 😃

If your workplace ethics is very toxic, you can do me a great favor by not hiring me. This is because I don't function well in an environment where I couldn't walk up to a colleague asking for suggestions and feedback about my designs. Less

Thats upto you to find out :D

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Why did you leave your last position?

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Because I feel I can get more good opportunities in Dubai

Salary expectations

Because I want to work with the reputed company and using my experience and software tools help the organisation in growth. Less

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