The UFHR Communications & Worklife team aspires to foster a healthy, productive, informed and engaged community of faculty and staff through strategic communications, creative services and web development as well as through programming and initiatives designed to support wellbeing and worklife integration.Brand Guide (PDF) Downloads
Serving as an in-house agency, the Communications & Worklife team empowers our divisions to engage effectively through strategic communications, tailored messaging, iterative design and comprehensive development to further our position as a preeminent institution. Below you will find a host of documents, forms and resources tailored to fit the needs of individual HR units, personnel and satellite offices.
For more information on our wellness offerings, please visit the UFHR Wellness website.
Whether you’re ready for launch, or just getting started, the Communications & Worklife team is here to assist with your creative communications projects from concept to completion. Our comprehensive process provides holistic strategy, carefully crafted messaging and professional implementation to help bring your project to life.
Clear communication starts with the right strategy
The foundation of all good marketing lies within its content. Our team can assist you with your project from conception to completion, providing assistance with creative strategy, change management, content writing and/or editorial services to get started on the right track.
Messaging made visual
As the saying goes, “you eat with your eyes.” Request our assistance with design services including logos, branding, imagery, web graphics, presentations, infographics, promotional materials, printed products, hand-outs, fliers and more.
Your website, perfectly planned
Make it live with our web development resources. Request assistance with websites, content strategy, page structure, hosting and custom development.
Our team has developed a suite of ready-to-use assets, files and templates to ensure you have all of the tools needed for success.
For use in formal communications to both internal and external partners, units and individuals. Specific guidelines are as follows:
For informal, internal or otherwise non-public uses (note taking, minutes, inter-office communications, etc.)
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Contact us at email@example.com and let us know what other resources you’d like to see.
Depending on the type, a logo usually consists of a symbol or brandmark and a logotype, along with a tagline. Some different types are as follows: