Marketing & Communications
Decode the many, many lettered abbreviations for the centers, offices, degrees and buildings of WashU Med.
Easily create a WashU branded tri-fold brochure using this six-panel template.
Easily order business cards and letterhead from our preferred vendors.
Follow these guidelines if posting COVID-19 updates on your website or creating photos or video.
Post this sign on your website or in your campus or clinical space to affirm that all are welcome here.
Find School of Medicine and Washington University Physicians logos and usage guidelines.
Check the official styles for abbreviations, punctuation, citations, titles and more.
Including an automatic signature on all of your emails is polite, it's helpful, and it's easy to set and forget.
Information about venue rentals, streaming services, corporate sponsorships and more.
Promote your campus event with flyers or large posters.
On-campus portrait photography is available by appointment.
To protect our patients, vendors with access to PHI must sign and comply with the BAA.
Here's what you need to know about co-branding with hospital partners and Siteman, as well as use of third-party logos.
WashU icon graphics are available in multiple formats for use on your website, print materials and more.
Individual logos dilute our brand, yet differentiation is important. What to do? We've got your back.
Showing or quoting non-WashU people gives your message perspective. Here's how to get permission.
Putting a logo on it? Heed trademark licensing requirements for apparel, promotional items and more.
Naming a clinical practice? Follow these standards for the name, signage, directories, maps, stationery and more.
Use WashU Sites to create and manage your own website. It's fast, easy and free.
How to prepare and what to expect on the day of your photoshoot.
Find the moments that will connect with audiences and bring your story to life.
Our presentation templates help you focus on your content instead of sweating the small stuff.
As a top-notch institution, we follow standard safety practices, which carry through to photos and videos.
Share your hard work more easily using our handy poster templates.
Need an email@example.com email address? Learn why and how to use a shared email address for your group or service.
If your group needs a sign, whether indoors or out, send us an assistance request.
Give your social media account a proper name following these guidelines.
Use these profile and banner templates to give your social accounts a professional edge.
If you get social on behalf of the school, get to know the school's and the university's social media policies.
Thousands of WashU photos are available for use, and third-party stock photos can work in a pinch.
Use this guide to share important info with freelance photographers.
Remember these important steps if an agency or freelancer is building your site.
Hosting videos on an official School of Medicine channel means more exposure to your videos – and less work for you.
Here's what you need to know if you are planning, creating or sharing video.
These guidelines will help with self-produced video content.
Your group's story is part of the WashU brand! Use this guide to help build and benefit from our national reputation.
Use this guide to improve your site for people of all abilities, including those using assistive technologies.
Your sites's URL is its address on the web. Here's help making it descriptive and succinct.
Visit WashU Sites for tips on Google rankings, accessibility and other website wisdom.
If you're working with a vendor, you may be responsible for your website hosting.
Visit WashU Sites to find documentation for the WashU or WUSM web theme.
Download School of Medicine backgrounds for your Zoom meetings or classes.