The Office of Marketing and Communications has created the following samples and templates that adhere to brand and accessibility standards and ensure consistency across the College. These downloadable templates have tips for best practices and step-by-step instructions on how to use each template.
Use our template with step-by-step instructions on creating a branded document every time.
Download our other branded accessible templates with step-by-step instructions and best practices.
Unlock your content for everyone, including people with disabilities. Download our PowerPoint template for step-by-step instructions and best practices for making presentations.
UB's schools, departments, and divisions hold hundreds of exciting events yearly. Once you've planned your event, your next step should always be to add it to the event calendar. Once you do, sharing your event on websites, social media, emails and more is easy.
If you can't access the UB Event Calendar, the Events team can add your event for you. Submit an event request form with all your event details.
Sometimes, printing a paper poster isn't possible or sustainable. Submit a Communication Work Order to have an event poster added to your website.
Please note: Submit a request at least 6-8 weeks before the event.
Get everything you need to design your own branded poster quickly. Edit the template and print on a standard 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper.
A signature is a perfect opportunity to brand every message you send. It establishes and reinforces who you are as a department and as a university. Download the templates below to start branding your emails even when you're not in the office.
Please use the following steps to add or update your current email signature.
Spice up virtual meetings! Download our new College of Arts and Sciences branded virtual backgrounds.
Remember to uncheck the 'mirror my video' setting within the virtual background to ensure logos and marks appear correctly.
Visit the university communications' website to explore the strategy behind the brand. Learn about the proper use of the university's identity, creativity, resources, and more.