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Posting on Campus

Campus Communication & Marketing

This document, which is frequently updated, features the list of current campus e-newsletters and how to submit content to them. It also includes the links to submission forms for various digital screens around Reynolda campus and poster/flyer/table-tent signage locations and guidelines.

Posting to Campus Calendars & Event Communication Tips

This document runs through steps for posting your event to campus calendars (and some tips to keep in mind while planning).

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Training & Toolkits

Software Training

 

Branding & Templates

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Design Software Basics

Adobe Spark

Good for: quick content. Social media graphics and video clips. Flyers, posters, website graphics.

Create graphics, web pages, and videos in minutes with Adobe Spark. Available to students, faculty, and staff with their WFU Adobe account. Check with the PDC for upcoming Adobe Spark workshops.  Learn more.

Canva

Good for: quick content. Social media graphics, flyers, posters, website graphics.

Free online content-creation tool using drag and drop technology. Very similar to Adobe Spark in function. Visit canva.com.

Adobe Illustrator 

Good for: vector (scale-able) file formats, detailed graphics, logos, and functional designs for promotional and large-scale projects.

Complex and powerful vector graphics software. Not for beginners. Available to students, faculty, and staff with their WFU Adobe account.

Adobe InDesign

Good for: multi-page documents containing text, artwork, and images

Desktop publishing and typesetting software that can be used to create posters, flyers, brochures, magazines, newspapers, presentations, books and ebooks. Available to students, faculty, and staff with their WFU Adobe account.

Adobe Photoshop

Good for: photo editing, digital graphics

Photo editing software. The software allows users to manipulate, crop, resize, and correct color on digital photos. Not for beginners. Available to students, faculty, and staff with their WFU Adobe account.