Center for Design Fish and Wildlife Project

June 19, 2018

When the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Pacific Region approached our Center for Design with a project to help educate the public about the Big Six uses of National Wildlife Refuges, senior Christin Engelberth answered the call. She led a team to develop illustrations to be deployed at refuges including the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge. The USFWS wrote a blog post about the project and working with Engelberth

The writer also interviewed Martha Lewis, Department Head of Graphic Design, about Center for Design.


“It is set up as a design studio with real clients and projects,” Martha said. “Students are exposed to all aspects of a professional creative practice such as meeting with clients, developing strategic approaches to provide clients with creative solutions for their design needs, managing work flow and interacting with vendors, and seeing a project through to the end.”