Logos & Templates
All the templates and documents below should automate your graphics needs.
NEW 2009: flyer templates, newsletter templates, and printing information are also available on this page.
For questions related to templates, poster clean-up, photos, and graphic support, contact Mark Mershon, Media Specialist/Graphic Designer (312.996.6058).
For a specific job request, please send email to the helpdesk: email@example.com
For information on logos and letterhead, please contact UIC logo system standards at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Mark Mershon at email@example.com.
To download a file:
- Right-click on the file that you want to download.
- Depending on your browser, select Save Target As or Save Link As .
- Save the file somewhere on your computer where you will remember where to find it (e.g., C:\My Documents\TEMP\).
- Then, follow the "How to Use" instructions below.
Slideshow PowerPoint Presentations
Use for conferences and displays (PowerPoint template)
Do-it-Yourself Promotional Flyers using UIC and College of Nursing colors (PowerPoint template)
Announcement/CON Speaker Flyers
College Announcement Flyers (Word template)
Postcards & Invitations
UIC Office of Publications
Official stationery (envelopes, letterhead, business cards) can be ordered here. The Office of Publication Services are also the first place to go when printing additional print materials (brochures, etc.). Graphic design services are also available. If you have questions, contact Customer Service. (Hot tip: When ordering online, click hyperlink "Order Online" and then click button "Start Here")
A full list of printers in which to receive bids (other than official stationery) is available here (PDF).
2009 - New Stationery Suite
Additional answers on printing and campus stationery can be found by reading the Frequently Asked Questions page.
Printing Posters (for conferences & displays)
For full instructions and list of printers for posters, Click here.
Brochures, Displays, Banners & Questions
Getting started on making a brochures, mounted displays (solicit bids here), or other high-end (off-set) print materials is easy. We made this Steps in Printing and Bid Process document (PDF) to outline a typical print project, such as a brochure. Use this template/outline to create all your final copy before delivering to your designer.
View an example of an official College of Nursing display: