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  1. Hello, I'm unsure if this is the right forum (LinkedIn would probably provide more personalised feedback, but I would prefer a variety of opinions). I am a graduate, with a Bachelor's of Tourism and Hospitality and a GradDip of Marketing. I have no design experience but am naturally creative and enjoy art, illustration and editing. I've been looking at kickstarting my career and thought to learn some sort of design software - to increase my practical hard skills in the event management/digital area. So this leads me to my questions: Which software - if not all would be best for developing these skills? How accessible is Affinity for beginners? Is it worth investing my time - would this increase my employability? Any response would be greatly appreciated.
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