ANR Communications offers helpful graphic identity resources

Has this happened to you? You may be getting ready for a workshop or sending out some information to the people we serve and you realize you need the proper Michigan State University Extension wordmark to insert in your newsletter or you need an MSU Extension PowerPoint template to prepare for a workshop you’re giving. The Agriculture and Natural Resources Communications website has the solution to your graphic identity crisis.

Visit anrcom.msu.edu. Using the dropdown box under the “Tools” menu item, choose “MSU Extension Graphic Identity.” On this Web page (anrcom.msu.edu/anrcom/msue_graphics), you’ll find MSU Extension wordmarks with helpful descriptions indicating how and when to use various Extension wordmark file formats. You’ll find information on purchasing letterhead, business cards, name badges and apparel as well as templates for PowerPoint presentations, brochures, flyers and certificates – even a link to the MSU brand and graphic identity standards.

Note that high resolution MSUE wordmark files (large file size) are located within the “Logos and Graphics” area in the ANR Communications SharePoint site. You’ll also find samples of MSU Extension banner artwork stored in this location.

To find CANR, MSU AgBioResearch, Project GREEEN and 4-H logos, graphics, templates and brand information go to anrcom.msu.edu and click directly on the “Tools” menu item, which will take you to anrcom.msu.edu/anrcom/tools. On this page, in addition to graphics and templates, you’ll also find links to media release forms, Web guidelines and a curriculum development guide.

If you know of other graphics or templates you believe would be useful to add to these collections, please contact ANR Communications at anrcommunications@anr.msu.edu.

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