Around the O is the UO’s go-to place for information about the university, its people and the difference they make in Oregon and around the world. It brings stories of the university’s groundbreaking research and world-class faculty and students to the broadest possible audience, while also serving as the hub for news, announcements and information of interest to the campus community.
All communications from the UO are reﬂections of the University of Oregon. The logos, typefaces, colors, and the treatment of photos and text all project attributes of the institution. The goal of the Style Guide is to improve the effectiveness of the university’s communications, and to assist communications professionals in accurately, honestly, and consistently conveying the UO brand.
The Digital Communications team follows a user-centered design process that seeks to engage end-users in all stages of design and development. From understanding requirements to testing out designs, we work with you, your users, and your stakeholders to help you make strategic, data-driven decisions about your website content, navigation, and design.
Cosmic is a responsive, UO-branded website theme available to all faculty and staff of the University of Oregon. It was developed by Digital Communications to aid departments in creating quality websites. Cosmic is designed to be extendable and modifiable, and is intended to aid developers who need a UO-branded website but lack the design resources or time to develop a custom theme.
The University of Oregon is home to many elite researchers and experts in a variety of fields who are available for media interview and related requests. These experts are changing the way we think about everything from the drought to germs, and childhood obesity to sporting goods. They are reshaping the world through green chemistry, and examining life at the nano-scale.
Oregon Quarterly is the flagship magazine of the University of Oregon. Most of readership, about 200,000 strong, are alumni, and as such, our editorial focus in on the university’s connections to issues of state, regional, and national interest. Published four times a year in print, with an online presence, we aim to reach a broad, well-educated audience, with a particular focus on the Northwest.