Technology has revolutionized Graphic Design drastically within the past decade. It has empowered the work force of the creative industry to the highest level of expectations. Many people do not realize the impact that graphic design has in the modern world, Graphic design is one of the fastest growing divisions within the creative industry, as more and more people are coming to terms of how much of an impact it has on the economy’s growth. As there are many elements to Graphic Design there are a lot of opportunities available as an individual, but with the power of technology this has managed to overpower the minds of people to the way that we visualize Graphic design. Literally everything we see has an element of design in it and in today’s world it has never been so easy to empower like-minded people to the visuals the greatness that the joys of technology has upon us within the creative industry. Technology is always constantly updating and viewing how we see things, as humans we almost rely on technology to know the goings on within the world which has impacted the way we communicate a visualize different scenarios. In the creative industry, we almost surely rely on technology to a point it almost limits us, it changes our perception to the way that we view the power of technology and allows us to constantly update and invent programs. From creations, such as Adobe Illustrator and InDesign to the internet itself, the graphics world has been transformed again and again by ground breaking technologies. Another aspect of graphic design, which has changed with the increase in technology, is the way designers publicize pieces. Where before success relied heavily on word-of-mouth for designs to become popular and to be seen by people, nowadays there is the use of websites such behance. This has become more common for the creatives to showcase their work as it allows you as a designer to connect more rapidly. Everything has its fault and more and more technology seems to be the problem in some cases it certainly has its positives but with every positive there is unfortunately a negative. Today we are seeing an uprising against the over digitalized styled work. As a viewer of today’s digitalized graphic design medium, a question could be asked. ‘Could design go back to a traditional media? We are seeing more evidence each day of how technology has impacted graphic design let-alone the creative industry. Instead of using Adobe illustrator pen tool, would designers be able to manually trace objects before putting them on the final piece? Would designers be able to survive without the ‘undo’ command?’ answer these questions One aspect of the digital age that is usually overlooked is the opportunity for designers to work anywhere in the world.