Well, I could say it’s easy to explain but it’s not totally true. Maybe it’s better to start from the begin: usually people use to say something as Digital Designer or Creative Designer just to call all those professional Graphic Designers that work with graphic design on computer but this is really wrong. Actually a Creative Designer is a figure more complex than a simple Graphic Designer.
Graphic design is the methodology of visual communication, and problem-solving through the use of type, space and image. The field is considered a subset of visual communication and communication design, but sometimes the term graphic design is used interchangeably with these due to overlapping skills involved.
Creative Design is when many skills can be used together to create something bigger than the simple graphic communication. A Creative Designer knows how to use all nonverbal communication ways to create a specific suggestion and to drive people (clients in this case) to be interested in something as products or services, so the Creative Designer uses every tool nonverbal communication needs (eg. knowledge about 2D & 3D graphic principles, digital and typography print, web design, user interface principles, animation graphic and videomaking).
If you need a Graphic Designer, a Web Designer, an UI Designer, a VideoMaker or all these categories together, here I am.