Anna brings a truly international approach to the studio - she has lived all over the world and that experience adds a certain depth to her work. She won't tell you about the things she's designed outside the studio because she's too modest but lets just say she's done a logo for a international student organization, done layout design for a student-run publication and produced a new template option for a campus newspaper.
Ethan Kilgore 2015 Spring - Designer
You're not going to find someone more into design than Ethan. He can't help but get sucked into any design-centric conversation he runs across whether that be a discussion about logos in class or a heated conversation about fonts in our office. While working for Return Design he also keeps a very busy schedule designing for just about every group on campus. Look around anywhere on campus (and beyond) - chances are you'll be looking at some of his handiwork.
Courtney Turner 2015 Spring - Designer
Courtney came to Return Design already having worked on some design jobs for non-profits. She planned out a mural project in a local public school as well as doing extensive design work for an initiative to bring inner-city youth to a college campus visit day (all based on a Dr Suess book). While she's worked on a number of projects in Return Design the highlight this semester has been her work on a logo and creation of a new font from scratch for a ski area in NH which is one of our current clients.
Yearim Oh 2015 Spring - Designer
Yearim's joining us with a special project for the semester. She'll be working on branding and display design for the Gordon College Natural History Musuem which is located in the Ken Olsen Science Center. Can't wait to see the install of her new designs and display ideas coiming at the end of the semester.
Sammy Vivian 2015 Spring - Designer
It might be impossible to be more busy than Sammy - doing layout for the school newspaper, desigining for multiple campus groups and heavily involved in the Student Design Agency she's pretty much always designing. Oh yeah, and most of that is stuff she's done BEFORE taking design classes. Can't wait to see what she does here in the studio.