As you read this, a lone rolley chair sits at an empty desk, silently weeping your name. Well, right now its silently weeping “Graphic Design Intern…”, but it’s really sad nonetheless. Don’t let that poor chair be cold for much longer, it’ll make you a bad person.
If you are obsessed with ideas, details and Pantone, read on!
After three years of being a designer in school, freelancing for companies and interning at a design studio, I still find the design process to be so elusive and vague. I mean why can’t there be some kind of formula that helps us create great design pieces. For me this process is comparable to the vast and diverse colour spectrum that contains innumerable colours. Unfortunately, we designers are stuck with this very open and loose process that I will attempt to describe next.
Who has an industrial espresso machine in their office? Who has teas I couldn’t pronounce just over top of that espresso machine? Who has black glass along the wall that you draw on with white magic markers? It’s none other than only the best internship ever: Derooted Design Agency. In fact, interning almost seems like an understatement for what I did and learned at Derooted; I truly felt like part of the team.