Before you can master design, you must first master the fundamentals
Jonathan Z. White

Purely out of interest (no agenda), why do you prefer the term Visual Designer rather than the more obvious Graphic Designer? All you have described seems to be 100% the role of the latter. In the past, I had assumed when people used it, it was to make a personal statement that they do not work within the normal bounds of brand, interaction, interface, print etc, that the contemporary, trained field of Graphic Design is trained to produce – say an niche like game design, where the visual ‘design’ element needs to be handled by someone separately from the 3D artists who also cooperate in creating the visual aesthetic.

As I said, just generally interested.

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