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Graphic Design

The UF/IFAS Communications Graphic Design team provides professional services that visually assist with raising the profile of UF/IFAS' teaching, research, and Extension work.



  • Graphic Design Services

    Printing and Electronic Document Production and Design

    The Graphic Design staff offers design and production services for various electronic, print, multimedia, and marketing campaigns. Working from the content you provide, we can design flyers and posters, large displays, publications, newsletter headers, reports, fact sheets, web/social media graphics, stationery, and more. Our designers advise and assist with projects, including those printed by outside vendors, such as large-scale document production or smaller copy jobs. We help with bidding, art submission, and proofing processes. Additionally, we provide several DIY Branded Templates for you to use. 

  • Graphic Design Pricing

    Graphic design labor is free for all UF/IFAS departmentally funded projects. The only cost to you would be any printing or materials that need to be purchased to complete your project.

  • Graphics Team

Graphics Communication

Choosing the Right Photos and Illustrations Series: Color & Mood

The imagery you choose can have a significant impact on your audience and message. In this series, we’ll explore what makes a photo or illustration a good fit for your design.  Color and Mood  Whether you’re trying to advertise a family-...

New UF/IFAS Photo Database

The new UF/IFAS database is now available! It is an extensive collection of 17,000 plus images. The innovative platform replaces the database we have been using for years. The existing web address, ...

The Importance of White Space in Graphic Design

In graphic design, the role of negative space, often called white space, should not be underestimated. White space is the empty, unutilized space around and between design elements (not limited to the color white). White space can enhance the...

Copyright law protects the owner of creative materials from unauthorized use of his or her work. U.S. copyright laws protect literary works, musical or sound recordings, and pictorial or graphical designs. Prior to using any creative works that do not belong to the University of Florida, please make sure you have the proper license and/or permission from the owner of those works.