Description of the video:
On Screen Text: IU students promote Greene County tourism through design.
Photo Description: A student takes a photograph at Goose Pond in Greene County.
On Screen Text: A recently implemented innkeeper's tax allows the Greene County Economic Development Corporation (GCEDC) and the Greene County Tourism Advisory Board (GCTAB) to promote tourist attractions and bring more revenue into the county.
Photo Description: A student uses a tower viewer at Goose Pond in Greene County to look at the attraction.
On Screen Text: The GCEDC and the GCTAB turned to Professor Jenny El-Shamy and the 13 graphic design students in her fall class to bring a new visual style to the county.
Photo Description: IU design students pose with their professor for a photo in front of the Tulip Trestle in Greene County.
On Screen Text: Students created several design variations of Greene County logos to be implemented throughout the county.
Photo Description: Students watch as classmates present their visions for Greene County during class.
On Screen text: Design inspiration came from Goose Pond Fish and Wildlife Area, the Yoho General Store, the Shawnee Theater, Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum, and the Tulip Trestle.
Photo(s) Description(s): A student admires a piece of artwork at the Sculpture Trails.
Yoho General Store in Greene County.
The Tulip Trestle in Greene County.
Goose Pond in Greene County.
On Screen Text: At the end of the semester Brianne Jerrels, Executive Director of GCEDC, plans to take the final products to stakeholders across the country to build excitement for the new look.
Photo Description: Students watch as a design presentation is given in class.
On Screen Text: The winning design will transform Green County’s branding efforts, giving everything an updated and cohesive look.
Photo Description: Students visit The Tulip Trestle in Greene County.
On Screen Text: Center For Rural Engagement.
Photo Description: IU: Center For Rural Engagement logo.