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New Brand Guide Site Published

May 5th, 2009 by Erick Beck

We know many of you have been waiting for this, and we apologize for the delay.  The new version of the Texas A&M University Brand Guide is now up and running.  The URL hasn’t changed, but the contents have.  The new version provides guidance for all print pieces done by the university, from brochures to photos to departmental stationery.  There is also a new section discussing our electronic publications and social media efforts.  The heart of the site, though, will likely be the extensive downloads section. This section will allow designers to obtain university logos, presentation templates, labels, and hundreds of other graphical elements, all matched to the university brand.

As a reminder, the companion web style guide can be found on our webmaster’s blog.  Properly formatted graphical elements mentioned in the style guide may be downloaded from the new Brand Guide site.

Tuesday, May 5th, 2009 Branding
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