The results of the 2011 UW Marketing Survey are in! Here are a few highlights:
- Survey respondents continue to be generally happy with the services provided by UW Marketing
- Survey respondents continue to be generally happy with the services provided by UW Marketing.
- There are no major areas of concern or negative feelings uncovered by the 2011 survey
- Increased survey participation in 2011 indicates respondents continue to appreciate the opportunity to provide feedback. Due to the design of the survey, individual respondents with concerns about specific issues can be identified and can be “matched” with appropriate UW Marketing staff to mitigate those concerns.
Check out this PDF for all the details.
The UW’s 150th anniversary E-stationery is now available for you to use for communications sent during the sesquicentennial. There are two different designs to choose from. Both are Microsoft Word documents that can be printed to a desktop printer or saved as a PDF file and sent electronically. Get them here >
These guidelines will help you understand the University of Washington’s 150th anniversary Visual Identity, and will ensure a consistent graphic style.
The 150th anniversary Visual Identity should be applied to marketing communications during the sesquicentennial, which runs from September 2011 through Commencement 2012. Visit our Marketing pages for links to these tools and many more.
Please direct any questions or comments to Alanya Cannon:
Check out the Tools section in the left column of the Marketing website. We’ve broken out logos and color palettes so they’re easier to find — one click away! We’re moving some other links around too to make them more visible. As always, we welcome your input and suggestions!
Coming this year to a website near you: tools and templates to help you mark the UW’s 150th anniversary this fall. Look for the 150th Anniversary link under Tools on the left side of the Marketing home page; that’s where you’ll be able to access the tools as they are added to the site. Check back often for new material. Here’s a projected timeline for when 150th tools will be available.