El Dorado’s Design Rescue Studio creates new logo for local organization

Food for Families YL

El Dorado High School’s (EDHS) Design Rescue Studio recently had the pleasure of helping a local charity organization. Yorba Linda Food for Families is dedicated to providing a variety of high-quality nutritious foods for all who enter their pantry. Having been in use for a long time, the original Food For Families logo (below) had become outdated. Design Rescue, under the direction of teacher David Block, was approached about creating a more modern, inviting logo that their customers would recognize and remember.

Ava Aure, a senior at El Dorado High School, is the Junior Designer responsible for this project. In order to achieve her goal, Ava wanted to design a fun, inviting, and memorable logo. The smiles on her clients’ faces said it all; Ava hit the mark with this design, which will no doubt be in use for many years to come.

Design Rescue was developed to provide service-learning through authentic, project-based assignments.  North Orange County Regional Occupational Program (NOCROP) students at EDHS learn about business etiquette by providing pro-bono design services to a wide variety of businesses in and out of our community, programs within our school district, and non-profit organizations near and far. All projects are student-led, from running the client consultation to presenting the final work. Some of the program’s capabilities include print and web design, such as digital illustrations, logos, posters, brochures, web ads, t-shirt illustrations, and more. “Staff” at Design Rescue include EDHS students who are enrolled in NOCROP’s Advanced or Honors Graphic Design courses, part of El Dorado High School’s Digital Media Arts Academy, also known as DMAA.

Way to go, EDHS Design Rescue!

Food for Families
Old logo.

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