Drawn to the library
In the Helmer’s article, they discuss the initial reaction as step one in the step-by-step analysis. It struck me that images draw us in by eliciting good feelings. This artwork is of two children engrossed in a book sitting outside the library. Its placement outside the library, combined with the obvious interest in the children’s eyes, may elicit a positive reaction from patrons about the imaginative experience children will have inside the library, perhaps compelling patrons to visit.
I am a Communication and Media Technology student. My goal is to advance my understanding of communication, especially as it relates to marketing and organizations. I am quite happy working for my department at RIT and we'll see where the future takes me! I am passionate about graphic design and hope to have opportunities to build on these skills. My family consists of my husband (a soon-to-be brewmaster) and my silly labradoodle!