3Points Welcomes our First Design Intern, Chenyu Jiang

If there was one dominant theme of our blog in 2018, it was the growth of our intern program. We had our first academic year intern in the winter. We had a record number of summer interns. And we welcomed our first international intern in the fall.

We’re only a couple weeks into 2019, but we’re already growing even more — last week, we welcomed our very first design intern, Chenyu Jiang. A native of China, Chenyu recently graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago with a Master of Fine Arts in Visual Communication Design. She’ll be working with our design strategist, Jessica, on a variety of graphic design projects, and bringing her animation skills to our team as well. Get to know Chenyu through the Q&A below!

What principles do you think are most important to good design? How would you describe your design style?

My design style is kind of diverse, but I enjoy using colors and interesting animation ideas to optimize the project’s vision, and I have a specific expertise in making hand-drawn illustrations.

Is there a specific designer or artist who has influenced you the most?

What are you looking forward to learning and contributing at 3Points?

What was your favorite class at the Art Institute?

Why did you decide to come to Chicago? And what was the biggest adjustment coming from China?

What do you enjoy most about living Chicago?

Last question: what do you recommend for good, authentic Chinese food in Chicago?

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