(Aug. 27, 2012) -- In the continuing effort to streamline UTSA's branding initiatives and ordering procedures, University Marketing and Purchasing announce the new online stationery store is open for business. The online store was created specifically for UTSA staff to use when ordering stationery including letterhead, business cards, envelopes and labels.
As we communicate about our work both on and off campus, it is crucial that we are consistent, which helps us be more effective. To ensure that the university's visual communication -- print or electronic -- conveys a consistent image, all members of the university community should refer to the new UTSA Identity Program website for guidelines.
The online guide outlines the standards designed to promote UTSA, its colleges and programs to all audiences on and off campus. It applies to printed pieces such as brochures, flyers, posters, letterhead, business cards, advertising and newsletters, and also includes official university Web pages and presentations.
Individual departments are responsible for their own stationery orders and can pay online with a purchase order or pro card. To reduce waste, departments should continue using old stationery until it is depleted.
"One way to help continue our success as a leader in higher education is through consistent application of identity standards," said Edna Perez-Vega, UTSA director of marketing. "UTSA employees are encouraged to contact us, if you have any questions about identity guidelines and ordering stationery."
For more information, contact Edna Perez-Vega at 210-458-6160 or Athena Vourvoulias at 210-458-6656.
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