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The Scripps College of Communication style guide (.pdf) shows how graphics, color, photo selection, and tone of voice come together to help us make it known.
Faculty/staff and student Scripps College of Communication e-mail signatures are available for your professional use. Please personalize yours by typing your information over the customizable lines while keeping the font, color and size intact. Then copy the signature text and paste it into your e-mail program's signature feature.
You represent both Ohio University and the Scripps College of Communication through your email signature. Please don't replace any of the logos.
Various logos have been identified for use by the Scripps College of Communication and its schools. Please click on the various links below for both PNG and EPS files (PNGs are more friendly for non-designer types.)
Ohio University uses two fonts, Galliard and Frutiger, which can be ordered online from the Office of Information Technology. Galliard should be used for written correspondence on university letterhead. For more information on the Ohio University fonts and the only exception in using them (on the Web), please see http://www.ohio.edu/ucm/brand-center/toolkit/typography.cfm.
While we are required to use the Ohio University business card design, this optional back side is available to help promote the Scripps College of Communication brand. Both faculty/staff and students can request to use it. For faculty/staff cards, contact Printing and Graphic Services.
The Ohio University Scripps College of Communication maintains a Flickr account at https://www.flickr.com/photos/scrippsou/sets/. Photos may be downloaded from this site and used in college-related publications.
Standard PowerPoint templates are available at the various links below. A widescreen template will be available shortly.
Standard flyer templates are available at the various links below. Different sizes and file types are in the works.
These flatsheets detail each of the schools in the Ohio University Scripps College of Communication.