Teachoo Sample Paper 2 - English Class 12

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Question 13 (ii)

You are interested in applying for the position of a graphic designer at a leading advertising agency. As Priya. R, write a skill letter to the creative director of the agency, showcasing your talent and creativity for the job. Attach your portfolio or samples of your work along with the letter. 

Answer as written by the student:

Date: 15 January 2023

To,

The Creative Director

XYZ Advertising Agency

456, Red Road, Mumbai - 400002

Subject: Application for the position of Graphic Designer

Dear Creative Director,

I am writing to express my interest in applying for the position of Graphic Designer at your esteemed agency. I came across your job opening on the online portal DesignJobs.com, and I was immediately drawn to the opportunity.

I am a qualified and experienced graphic designer, with a Bachelor's degree in Visual Communication from ABC University, and a Diploma in Graphic Design from DEF Institute. I have over three years of professional experience in designing, illustrating, and animating various types of graphic content for different clients and platforms.

I have a strong passion and flair for graphic design, and I enjoy creating visually appealing and effective solutions that communicate the message and the brand identity of the client. I have a versatile and adaptable style, and I can work with different tools and techniques, such as Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects, etc. I have also worked on various projects involving logo design, poster design, flyer design, banner design, etc.

Some of the samples of my previous work are attached with this letter, along with a brief description of each work. You can also view my online portfolio at www.priyar.com/portfolio, where you can see more examples of my work and skills.

I have also received several awards and recognition for my work, such as the Best Graphic Designer Award from GHI Magazine, the Creative Excellence Award from JKL Association, and the Outstanding Achievement Award from MNO Organization.

I am very interested and excited to work with your agency, as I admire your reputation and quality of work in the advertising industry. I believe that I can contribute to your success and growth with my talent and creativity. I would love to collaborate with you on a project or an idea that you have in mind, and show you what I can do.

Thank you for your time and attention. I hope to hear from you soon and discuss this opportunity further.

Yours sincerely,

Priya R

Graphic Designer

 

Step-by-step explanation of the answer:

To write a skill letter to the creative director of an advertising agency, showcasing your talent and creativity for the job of graphic designer, you need to follow these steps: 📝

    • Start with your name and contact details on the top left corner of the letter. Write them in a single line or multiple lines, separated by commas. For example, you can write “Priya R, 123, Green Lane, New Delhi - 110001, Phone: +91-11-23456789, Email: priyar@gmail.com”. 📌
    • Write the date of writing the letter below your contact details on the left side. Write it in a standard format, such as DD/MM/YYYY or MM/DD/YYYY. For example, you can write “Date: 15/01/2023” or “Date: 01/15/2023”. 📌
    • Write the name and address of the receiver below the date on the left side. Write them in a single line or multiple lines, separated by commas. For example, you can write “To, The Creative Director, XYZ Advertising Agency, 456, Red Road, Mumbai - 400002”. 📌
    • Write the subject of the letter below the receiver’s address on the left side. Write it in capital letters and enclose it within a box. The subject should summarize the purpose or topic of your letter. For example, you can write “Subject: APPLICATION FOR THE POSITION OF GRAPHIC DESIGNER”. 📌
    • Write a salutation below the subject on the left side. Address the receiver by their title or name, followed by a comma. For example, you can write “Dear Creative Director,” or “Dear Mr./Ms./Mrs./Dr./Prof. (Name),”. 📌
    • Write the introduction of your letter below the salutation on the left side. Indent it by leaving some space from the left margin. The introduction should give a brief introduction of yourself and your qualifications, and state why you are writing to the receiver.
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