Mid Semester Reflection

•Have you come across any challenging projects this semester, whether it was a class project or a project with FC? How did you accomplish the project?

So far the only challenge I come across this semester is senior project, I thought I can be ahead of the timeline, but so far I feel like I’m a little behind. Hopefully I can catch up with the timeline during spring break.

•What project(s) did you enjoy working us thus far during this semester?

I really enjoy working on the Stronger Tomorrow project, I am also happy to know that this event will continue and become like a tour around other colleges.

•Make a goal that you want to accomplish by the end of the semester.

My goal for the rest of the semester is to complete all my project for my classes on time, as well as get myself started on freelancing and job application after college. And I need to research for graduate school after City Tech.

2 thoughts on “Mid Semester Reflection

  1. I thought the work you did for the Stronger Tomorrow project was really awesome. Initially I know there was some struggle with the name and to see how you were able to work with your client to come up with “Stronger Tomorrow” says a lot. The name is really powerful and holds so much meaning. The design work you did for this project is so iconic and with Stronger Tomorrow being an ongoing event series across campuses I believe it will have a great impact. My hats off to you!

  2. Natalie,
    I have to echo William’s comments about Stronger Tomorrow.
    You presented your client with a complete event package design. I was privileged to watch how you thought through the entire project and made it your own. The process of negotiating with your client, yet keeping to deadlines and prompting and reminding in a most professional manner.

    Juggling Senior Project and the rest of life can be challenging. You are well organized. Just stay the course that you have laid out. I have every confidence that you will meet your goals this term, and beyond.

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