Web and Design Services



Huestis Hall


Student throwing her O


Willamette Hall lobby

We are a gifted collection of creative professionals striving to serve the University of Oregon’s priorities of access, excellence, diversity, and experience. We partner with the campus community to create, drive, and design marketing communications efforts that support the University of Oregon’s priorities. We collaborate across campus to serve the university’s efforts in web and print.



Student reading a book in the library stacks


Doug Turnbull in the lab


Knight Library wayfinding map

Tools and Resources

Design Services
Our graphic design team primarily serves schools, colleges and administrative units with dedicated communications staff. We will ensure that your publication reflects the diversity of people, programs, and experiences the university offers.
University of Oregon Style Guide
Guidelines to help you create strong, consistent materials that collectively tell the University of Oregon story in a way that's original, memorable, and true to who we are.

Brand Downloads
The UO's most frequently used assets — primary signatures, secondary typefaces, PowerPoint templates, and other resources.

UO Catalog
Information about the UO's three catalogs—UO Catalog, School of Law Catalog, and Summer Session Catalog—including their publication cycle and how to write a 25-word course description.
Website Design & Development
The Marketing Communications team follows a user-centered process through all stages of the design and development process that seeks to engage end-users; create concise, compelling content; and develop a usable website.
Web Communicators
University communicators are guided through how to use their website, including tips for writing for the web and learning to manage their web presence on the UO's Drupal platform.
Web Development Tools
Faculty and staff can learn to use Cosmic, the responsive, UO-branded website theme, that was developed by Marketing Communications to aid departments in creating quality websites.
UO Blogs
Do you need a website but don't have dedicated communications staff? UO Blogs is a web publishing platform available to all UO faculty, students, and staff.



Students planting flowers on University Day


Flag of the Coquille Indians flying outside the EMU


Students performing a dance for Foreign Language and International Studies Day