As a student at BYU, I had two part-time graphic design positions. I worked for the Education in Zion Gallery. This was a new permanent exhibition museum and art space for artifacts about the history of Brigham Young University. It is one of the most formal spaces on campus.
I designed a series of posters to be placed in the lobby to educate and encourage people to go up the stairs and visit the gallery. This included a map of the gallery, a poster with an explanation, and various photographs from the gallery's permanent collection.
I also worked for Human Resource Development which covered the campus health and wellness program, professional consulting, and online training. I created materials for all three of these departments.