For the span of the past two weeks, I’ve had the pleasure of working at Manoverboard as a result of Red River College’s work placement program for graphic design students. I’ve met some amazing people, and have learned a great deal from them during my time here.
Most of my time was spent designing an identity for the Purpose Project. The Purpose Project is a service grant that non-profit organizations can apply for. The project’s concept is to bi-annually give pro-bono design work to a selected applicant, in order to advance a good cause through design. Due to my work on this project, I’ve learned to further consider the importance and nuances of creating a fluid, adaptable brand identity.