Sacramento Students Work on Branding Project with International House Davis
Recently, a group of students working toward a Bachelor of Science in Graphic & Web Design from The Art Institute of California—Sacramento, a campus of Argosy University, worked on a branding project with the nonprofit International House Davis (I-House). The “Design Team” project is part of a class that provides real-world experience within a classroom setting.
The students work as a design firm, with each student assigned to a role in the company. Through this experience, they practice teamwork, accountability, time management, and client communications. This project was led by student Chrystal Shamp, who served in the role of account supervisor. She directed the project with the assistance of students James Borromeo, Thomas Kollmann, Bryan Meeks, Jen Meyer, Christian Morales, and Isaiah Sendaydiego.
I-House offers programs, classes, and services dedicated to building cross-cultural exchange and respect, celebrating diversity differing cultures, building and open-minded community, and facilitating communication and global respect. The nonprofit requested a logo redesign to reflect its mission and to allow for expansion. The student team presented I-House with three logo options complete with graphic standards manuals. I-House was so pleased with the quality of work and professionalism of the students that it presented The Art Institute of California—Sacramento with an Annual Business Patron Membership and a Certificate of Recognition.
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