For the last few years I've always called myself as a graphic designer when asked what I do for a living. However, more and more, I feel like I should be replacing this with the term digital designer. I recently started up to update my project list (I keep a google docs spreadsheet to-do list of work tasks) with a digital or print project category option. After a month of doing this, I can now clearly see that about 90% of my workload fits under the digital category. I'm going to try use digital designer now the next time someone asks me what I do.
Speaking of what I do, here are some graphics I created for a digital project this week that required 6 feature images for a blog series: