So I found out last week that I needed a blog post for part of my capstone (aka the final product of being a Visual Communications major at Truman State). This will be kinda awkward because I am gonna be to lazy to upload photos.. because I already had to compile a butt load into a .pdf for my professor (aka the only person who will most likely read this blog post haha!). The class has worn me out and basically I no longer want to look at my work, BUT alas tomorrow I have to stand by all of it and talk to people about my work.. yay! I found that I stuck pretty closely to the time quota we were given, hopefully I can keep up when I get to the workforce.. which is in about like four weeks. I found working with a club was easier for communication with my client but since it was small I had to consider they have a very very limited budget. Working with Grandma’s Catering was the exact opposite problem, and they didn’t have to much for me to work on other than their menu re-vamp. All together I am pretty proud of what I accomplished this semester.
Anyways this post is just kinda my goodbye to my college major (since we were given 0 criteria of what we needed to write). It’s had its ups and downs over the past four years but I’m still proud I stuck it out. My peers always talk about: oh yah I changed my major once or twice, but I knew when I decided on a work field I wanted to stay with what I loved. Unfortunately, this does drain my creative flow and I have found that in my free time I no longer (like the good ole days) turn to art but just hanging out with friends and watching good ole TV. Capstone was fun and I am happy for whom I choose to work with, I only hope that my work will find its use in their near future. Adios to my work with Grandma’s Catering, The Wildlife Association, and of course the last four years in the Visual Communications field.