ArtHouse Hosts Students for Job Shadow
January 28, 2016 / Posted in Community
ArtHouse Design recently had the pleasure of hosting two students from the University of Puget Sound (in Tacoma, WA) for a day long job shadow that allowed them to have a more in-depth glimpse of the niche world of environmental graphic design. The university reached out to Zach, one of our designers and an alum of the school, to see if he would be interested in having two current students follow him for a taste of what daily life as a designer is like. Both students are interested in pursuing careers in creative fields and wanted to learn more about the design scene in Denver and what it takes to become a successful design professional. Zach took them on a tour of a fabrication shop, conducted a case study on the recently completed work for the Children's Museum of Denver and lead a mock logo workshop. Both students expressed an even greater desire to pursue design and were fascinated to learn about the intricacies that go into environmental graphic design.
ArtHouse is always happy to act as a resource to up-and-coming designers and as one of Denver's premier design studios, we are always excited to share our knowledge and expertise with younger generations.