Design Internship - Washington D.C.

EIGHTY2DEGREES



These project was completed as a member of the Eighty2degrees design team as a Summer Intern.


"Through clear graphs and informal prose, readers will find hard data, practical advice, and answers to common questions about the study of history and the value it affords to individuals, their workplaces, and their communities. A resource for intellectual exploration and personal inspiration, it includes a statement shaped by cooperating faculty at over 100 colleges and universities describing the abilities and habits of mind that students develop in history programs at diverse institutions. The booklet’s contributors include alumni working in a wide range of fields and occupations as well as professional historians. Together, they suggest ways that today’s college students can prepare themselves to bring historical thinking to bear in solving tomorrow’s problems." - Historians.org





Logo animations of the awards logos for the Council on Foundation's Award Programs. "The Council on Foundations Awards Program was established to recognize excellence in philanthropy and honor exemplary leaders for their dedication to exploring creative ways to advance the common good and to finding solutions for complex issues." Learn more about the awards here.Logo Designs: Rob Harlow / Color Scheme and Animation: Quincy Reams / Creative Direction: Ambica Prakash


Logo animations of the awards logos for the Council on Foundation's Award Programs 



Quincy Makes — Phoenix, Arizona