A curated collection of various strategic graphic design work for the Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management (30+ departments across 6 campuses) at FAU.
January 2018 • April 2019
Event Marketing Materials • Brochures • Posters • Social Media Graphics • Signage • Print • Digital
Typography and Color (Certain Projects) • Strategy • Design • Print Production
Florida Atlantic University, established in 1961, officially opened its doors in 1964 as the fifth public university in Florida. Today, the University serves more than 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students across six campuses located along the southeast Florida coast and is ranked as a top public university by U.S. News and World Report.
Student Affairs is the heart & soul of a college campus. Creative marketing collateral for such high impact departments under this umbrella is the ultimate way to alert students and their families of the exciting services available to them.
In all of our pieces we’ve designed, we gave great attention to detail in order to deliver information quickly while catching the reader's eye.
Colleges are abundant across the country, and good design ensures a school can stand out with what it offers. Attractive, well-designed marketing materials draw families in so the recruiters can sell the experience, ultimately reaching the goal of students applying and being accepted. Additionally, modern design draws the attention of the students as they naturally want to be “up with the times”.
In this curated collection of our work for FAU, we sometimes sourced Adobe Stock images, and other times carefully selected FAU stock images to complement the content. All print materials were printed with sturdy, matte paper for a professional finish. In rare cases, we used specialty paper.
From enhancing the look of sitting areas and entryways, to broadcasting events across the campus via digital screens, we were proud to have a hand in revamping lots of outdated marketing materials and so leading the conceptualization of new projects, like conferences and fundraisers.
Vice President for Student Affairs