The Office of Creative Services serves the marketing and informational needs of the university by providing external print communications, photography, and visual design for the central administration and other key units, programs, and projects at Drew University. The office develops visual identity standards and offers guidance to members of the Drew community in their visual identity communication needs.
What We Do
Creative Services provides project management, graphic design, art direction and photography for most external print publications as well as electronic media, webpages, advertising, display materials, signage, and other communications vehicles.
Creative Services ensures a consistency of presentation and high level of quality in all Drew University print and marketing communications.
Creative Services develops and maintains the visual identity, design, and production guidelines for the university community.
The office also oversees photography services.
Key Responsibilities Include the Following:
- Provide design services including project management and graphic design for high-quality communications in print and electronic media.
- Provide the art direction and design for the Drew University Magazine, drewmagazine.com.
Drew Magazine is published three times a year.
- Provide a range photographic services and maintain an extensive archive of high-quality stock images of scenes, people, and activities at Drew. Offer guidance on photography projects.
- Through the Drew Visual Identity Guide strengt
hen the Drew identity by employing a consistent, coherent style for the Drew logotype, university seal, and taglines.