Computer games developers make games for the internet, mobile phones, PCs and games consoles.
Computer games testers play computer games to check they work properly.
Croupiers run the games in casinos and make sure the games take place in a fair and friendly manner.
Screenwriters write the stories for feature films, TV programmes and computer games.
Web designers use their creative and technical skills to design new websites and redesign existing ones.
Design engineers research and develop ideas and systems for manufacture.
Product designers create new products and improve existing ones.
Web editors research, write and manage an organisation’s online content, including text, images, video and other media.
Town planners help shape the way towns and cities develop, and balance the demands on land with the needs of the community.
Graphic designers create visual branding, adverts, brochures, magazines, website designs, product packaging and displays.
Landscapers create and maintain gardens, parks and other outdoor and interior areas.
Prop makers create objects for use in films, TV programmes and the theatre.
Civil engineers design and manage construction projects, from bridges and buildings to transport links and sports stadiums.
Florists design and sell flower arrangements, bouquets and wreaths.
Fashion design assistants support designers to create new materials, styles, colours and patterns for fashion brands and labels.
Art directors design the visual side of advertising campaigns for all kinds of media including film, TV, web or print.
Building services engineers design, install and service equipment and systems in buildings like offices and shops.
Pattern graders take original clothing designs and adapt the measurements to produce a range of different garment sizes.
Architects design new buildings and the spaces around them, and work on the restoration and conservation of existing buildings.
Network managers oversee the design, installation and running of IT, data and telephony systems in an organisation.