The Design Roundtable is ideal for designers and visual communication professionals who utilize the university’s brand identity to create communications for their units. The group meets every other month to share work among members, discuss challenges and opportunities, deepen professional connections between campus designers, identify design needs, and work together to develop tools and resources that elevate the university’s visual identity.
As part of this session, we will discuss how this roundtable fits within the broader Campus Communicators Network and share a short needs assessment survey to help shape the future direction of the group.
Communicator Roundtables are small-group, affinity-based meetings for campus communicators. Each of the four roundtables—content development, design, social media, and web developers—meets at least once every other month with the goal of building communities of practice in support of the university’s communications and marketing objectives. Roundtables are co-facilitated by someone on the Office of Communications and Marketing staff and a member of our campus community.
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Tuesday, February 9 at 11:00am to 12:00pmVirtual Event