How are graphic and web design different?

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How are these two terms, Graphics and web design, different? Please explain with suitable examples.

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Oops – hit my button too quickly. That sentence should end with: animation, and video) for display on the web. (Not just cut off)

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  • ToddN2000
    In my opinion, web design has to do with the layout and functionality of a web page. Things like placement of  links, navigation, text content, and image location. You want to have a good flow of information and ease of use for the user. Graphics on the other hand is the design of logos, buttons, images, icons, animations and color selection and schemes.  
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  • AndreaF
    Graphic Design is combining text and graphics to communicate a message - in the design of logos, graphics, brochures, newsletters, posters, signs, and any other type of visual communication. (both print and Web design)
     
    Web Design is a spin-off of graphic design and desktop publishing, which focuses on visual communications (to include text, graphics, sound, animatio
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