MarketingHamline UniversityMS-C19161536 Hewitt AveSaint Paul, MN 55104
Phone: 651-523-2216Fax: 651-523-2288Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
The Marketing Department includes the university's in-house graphic and web design and editorial resource. We partner with all areas of the university to produce publications.Creativity, functionality, and usability are the principles of the team's online communications philosophy. It works with individual offices and departments to create and redesign websites, offer creative services for HTML emails and electronic newsletters, build microsites to promote upcoming events, craft digital ads, and create and develop other special projects. In addition, we oversee the creation and maintenance of the Hamline website. We also work with the Information Technology Services staff members on technical aspects of the web to ensure the best possible web presence for recruiting, retention, reputation-building, and instruction.
The Web Services team completes more than 500 projects a year -- an average of two per workday. To keep track of all these projects, it has developed a system to make sure projects completed on time.
To initiate a web or email project, create a job request by filling out the project request form:
Project Request Form
Project Request Form
The Web Services team uses these forms to track all aspects of their projects to request separate pieces as part of a campaign (website, e-marketing, promo buttons), fill out a separate request form for each piece. Please also indicate if there will be any corresponding print pieces for the project.
Once a project request form is received the team adds the project to its master schedule and assigns it to a designer. You'll be contacted regarding the details of the project, establish a timeline for materials to be submitted, and discuss the send/launch date. An in-person meeting will be scheduled, if necessary.
The team creates its best work and design publications that best meet its partner's goals when:
All sites and pages must fall under the Hamline University or relevant school header. The team can create a subheader or visual elements to function as a sub-brand, but this must be secondary to the main site header. When copy is submitted to Web Services it must be approved by all necessary individuals. After approved copy is submitted, Web Services retains the right to edit for style and content. Please see the Brand Identity Guide to answer any questions about Hamline's visual and editorial style, or contact Collette Litzinger at email@example.com or 651-523-3093.
Brand Identity Guide
Video Best Practices
Email Best Practices
Submit Story Idea
Letterhead, Envelopes, Business Cards
Items for Purchase
Other Forms & Downloads
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