For my final project in PR pubs, I decided on doing and interactive Google Doc called “Tell Me About PR Pubs.” Throughout this whole semester, I’ve had a lot of people ask me about this class and my experience with it so I decided to capture that aspect of this class–it’s legacy.
There was one specific day where the other intern at my work asked me about PR pubs and who I was taking it with and what the class was like. The class seemed intimidating to her at first, but once I explained it she was excited. Therefore, the conversations I’ve had with PR students who are going to take the class is what I wanted my project to represent.
This project also represents the freedom we had in a lot of our projects. In this project specifically one of the “students” talks about the freedom we had, but this project itself was an example of that. When I was contemplating what I would do for the final project, I was honestly overwhelmed because of all the choices I had. But let’s be honest…no other class I’ve ever had has been as flexible as this one. A lot of the time we got to choose our clients and audiences, and we were given a lot of freedom in our designs as well. We weren’t just given a tutorial video and asked to follow it step by step and recreate it.
Also, this project represents the new tools I’ve gained from this class. Even though I knew how to use InDesign and Photoshop coming into the class, I learned about new programs like Canva and the interactive Google Doc that I used for this project. And again the “student” specifically talks about the new programs.
To view my final project, click the link.