Time goes by fast when you’re enjoying yourself at BatesMeron! I’m almost halfway done with my internship and the sweetness still hasn’t worn off. Learning from the best is always a privilege, and being able to watch the process of great designs being born is indescribably awesome. These days, I’ve been getting more involved in testing my own skills and abilities. One of the more memorable assignments was to create my own take on an agency info sheet.
I was intimidated at first, because the term “agency info sheet” was unfamiliar to me. However, after telling myself several times to just do the best that I could, I went for it. I challenged myself to use my newly acquired skills and techniques, and the result was quite enjoyable. This exercise helped solidify my decision that design is something I really do want to pursue.
Another project I helped with was setting up the booth for Hula Berry, one of Pacific Plug & Liner’s latest products. BatesMeron designed their trade show booth, and we couldn’t wait to open it to see how the final turned out.
It’s a beautiful and eye-catching display, and perfectly suits the bright, fun Hula Berry white strawberry. Working on large displays and booths isn’t something that I get to do often in school, so I’m looking forward to helping with more of this during my internship.
Well, friends, thanks for keeping up with me and the things I’m learning here. Please stay tuned for more next week!
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