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In September of this year, Communication Design students in a Logos and Corporate Identity Class started work on an important logo project for Reaching Across Illinois Library System (RAILS). The class was guided through the creative process by Communication Design instructor Dan Elliott and teaching assistant Cari Hogan (a Harrington alumna) while also being coached on working with clients.  At the conclusion of the project, the RAILS Board approved a logo which kicked off the resulting logo and style guide produced for RAILS at no cost by the students.

Bill Coffee, Vice President of the La Grange Public Library Board and Secretary of the RAILS Board, summed up the experience of working with Harrington College students: “They are so professional that you feel like you are working with a corporate design firm.”

Pictured above: Instructor Dan Elliot (back row) with his Logos and Corporate Identity class. (Left to right): Teaching Assistant Cari Hogan, Ilse Ortiz, Alejandra Cardona, Alice Nita, Jillian Cartwright, Shea Cahill, and Jessica Cairo.

Photo and information courtesy RAILS

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