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Learn more about the creative process and project requirements. You can submit a form to order print materials or request design or editorial services.
CollegeNET's 25Live provides one centralized calendar, scheduling system, and data repository for events at Miami. It is strongly recommended that each department, program, and center submit all of its public events to this calendar.
This information hub introduces Miami's Cascade Server CMS and provides a wealth of information on everything from preparing your site for migration to user instructions and training registration. Guides covering basic principles of web development are also available as well as access to our blog covering the campus-wide migration project, "Fixing the Web."
Discover how to add digital signage to your marketing toolbox.
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Submission of this form grants to Miami certain rights in connection with the production and distribution of University publications.
Our digital asset management system helps to coordinate photographs, images, video, and a variety of other document types to keep them sustainably organized, searchable, and available to the University and various constituencies. (Access to photos beyond those available for public use requires a registered account. Sign up for a free account.)
This guide outlines minimum identity standards required for University materials and logos and provides guidelines that show how to work with various elements of the brand (fonts, patterns, photography, etc.).
Miami's logo is available in both JPG and PDF formats for online and print communications.
Give your email signature some professional flaire by adding the Miami University logo. Including the logo as part of your email signature is a great way to show your pride and promote the brand. To do this for Gmail, follow these instructions.
These templates provide a ready framework to ensure that your PowerPoint presentation remains in brand.