University Web & Design offers many services in support of university-level communications. We've provided a summary with useful links. [[creative,Contact us]] if you need additional help.
University Web & Design administers Cascade, the university's content management system, and provides support to a network of managers and editors, creating a unified web presence for the university.
- Cascade Help
- Cascade Training
- Policy for William & Mary Websites
- Request a consultation for an existing or new Cascade site
With one photographer on staff, University Web & Design prioritizes university photography coverage to ensure that images from campus-related events can be used in multiple internal and external communications.
Print & Design
Our team of professional designers can assist university departments and schools with design and layout services for brochures, posters, invitations and more.
- Send project requests to [[creative]]
We designed a simple web form tool called Tribe Responses for use by W&M faculty, staff and students.
Faculty, staff and students with existing websites in Tribe Voices should note there are plans to retire the system. University Web & Design will communicate with those affected when the project to phase it out begins. Recommended alternatives are Wordpress or Google Sites (part of WMApps). Student clubs and organizations are encouraged to use TribeLink for their web profiles.
Good information architecture does not necessarily translate to simple URLs.
W&M's videography team is part of University Advancement and help tell the William & Mary story through moving images and sound.
We designed W&M Events which offers a comprehensive, and easily searchable, listing of events. Events may be submitted by W&M faculty, staff and students.
University Web & Design oversees and facilitates the correct implementation of the visual identity standards. The brand guide includes information about and usage guidelines for the university logo, colors and other graphics as well as templates for letterhead, envelopes and presentation materials.