Rachel Boyd Design Portfolio MTSU Class of 2020
Resume EXPERIENCE August 2018–Present Front Desk Coordinator • Ford Lincoln of Franklin May 2018–August 2018 Loaner Car Manager • Ford Lincoln of Franklin April 2014–May 2018 Service Admin • Ford Lincoln of Franklin • Managed 80 loaner vehicles for the dealership • Handled large amounts of money for the service department • Organized customer les containing personal information • Managed multiple phones lines and handled various customer complaints EDUCATION Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee • Major: Interior Design • Class: Senior COMMUNICATION Over the past four years, I have developed advanced communication skills in my various positions working with customers at the dealership. I endured very long hours in all kinds of weather, starting at 7 A.M. and sometimes well past 8 P.M. and kept my composure and delivered excellent customer service. LEADERSHIP I was responsible for 80 new vehicles at a time and kept track of all the details involved with loaning vehicles to customers. I trained new employees on processes and procedures of the loaner car department. DESIGN SKILLS AutoCAD Photoshop InDesign Excel
Revit Illustrator Word PowerPoint
Table of Contents Corporate
Corporate Project Baker & Associates
Baker & Associates will convey honesty, integrity, attention to detail, excellent record keeping, thoroughness, accuracy, astute investigative skills, sophistication, discretion, knowledge of the elds they work in, and technological savvy.
Reception Desk Rendering
Residential Project Walker Loft
Legend 1. Entrance
6. Master bath
3. Living Room
4. Dining Room
8. Half bath 9. Sitting Area
Blue fabric armchair in loft and sitting area
Daltile granite countertop in
Wooden coffee table in loft
Stained hardwoods in kitchen, living room and dining room
Cream fabric sofa in loft and living room
Worn brick on outer walls
The bedroom rendering shows the large windows in the space and the privacy of the space with the loft above.
The living room rendering is showing the color scheme of the project; neutral browns and blue.
Living Room Perspective
Process Diagram In my process diagram, I chose to have the kitchen and bedroom closest to the large windows because those are the rooms that need natural light the most. People like having a lot of natural light in their bedrooms and kitchen.
Retail Project Wags and Wiggles Pet Store
2.Porcelain tile in grooming center, break room and restrooms
1.Leather chairs outside grooming center
3.Leather couch near outside entrance
Restrooms Grooming center
2 Managerâ€™s Of ce
4.Wooden chandelier over table at interior entrance
5.Lighting drop pendants over cash wrap
The storefront rendering is of the interior entrance to the store. It exhibits the essence of the store with the pawprints and natural elements including plants and brick.
The signature feature is a treat dispenser with four different avor options-chicken, beef, lamb and peanut butter. It is near the exterior entrance and is free for customers to enjoy!
Signature Feature Rendering
Employee Only I chose to put the food on the wall so the shelves can be anchored. Food bags can be extremely heavy. I chose to put the toys close to the checkout because those can be impulse buys.
For the security plan, I have put cameras near all exits including the one near the lockers and in the supply room that only employees would use. For the lighting, I have put spotlights around the columns to highlight the images wrapping the columns and drop pendants over the checkout counter.