It’s really weird to be on break for the rest of the month. Strangely, I’m not used to not having something design-related to work on.
Anyway, one more semester to go before I graduate! :D Which means Portfolio is around the corner. Eeeep. I really need to prepare and get organized to save myself from a whole lotta agony and tears later. c:
I’m sitting here listing all the projects I’ve done since starting the GD + DM program that would make acceptable candidates for my portfolio.
I counted 25, and from that, there are 11 of them that I would consider putting in my portfolio. I think we’re supposed to have a minimum of 10, but I wanna keep myself open to a lot of options.
So, I want to do an independent project so I can fill in the gaps with more of what I need, which are branding and packaging pieces.
I’m not sure. I could do something specifically for a masculine audience. Most of what I have are colorful, feminine/unisex, and playful, so I could hunker down and do something classy, stylish, and striking for the boys. Iiiiiiiidk.
If anyone miraculously read this post in its entirety, and has any questions/comments/feedback/ideas, I welcome it with open arms and a chocolate chip cookie.
Meh. My professor wasn’t too fond of my “Mind Matters” concept, and I’m not exactly fond about it either.
Although it’s a very personal subject for me, I’m not even sure where I’m going with it due to the fact that I have limited knowledge about the medical field, the demand for psychologists/ psychiatrists in the city, how they set up offices and facilities in Jacksonville and the whole shaboozie.
I’m not at all confident about pushing the idea. If I don’t feel confident about something, it usually doesn’t end well. I want this to go well because I’ll be presenting in front of Jacksonville’s mayor.
The thought is still a bit unnerving.
Luckily, we’re still in the early stages, so I’m switching to attracting small businesses to Downtown Jacksonville.
Probably restaurants, because food.
Everyone loves food!
Also the downtown area needs more charming, little bistros.
I hope this goes well.
This will go well.