The graphic designers within the Center for Instruction, Research, and Technology
offer a range of design services to faculty and staff. The graphic designers will
work closely with faculty in the development of both print and electronic design
materials for instructional use to enhance classroom and Web-based learning
environments. Designers are also available to work one-on-one with faculty
to create multimedia projects such as interactive presentations, two-dimensional
animations for classroom instruction, and illustrations for faculty publications.
CIRT also supports academic departments with the creation of traditional print media
for University and community events.
View our interactive portfolio.
To find out more regarding the criteria used to determine whether individuals, faculty members, departments, administrative units, and external organizations will be charged for the production of materials/design services, and for a complete price list, click here.
For majority of illustrations, conference posters, and promotional design projects,
IMDS would like at least two weeks to complete the design and proofing process,
printing, and finishing. Depending upon the scope of the project, additional time
may be necessary. Interactive media and animation requests typically need more than
two weeks. Shorter turnaround times can be accommodated, but not guaranteed. The more
time allowed for the design process equals a better quality finished product.
Please see our complete set of guidelines and tips for submitting projects.
We encourage faculty and staff to set up an appointment with one of our graphic designers to discuss project needs, deadline, or to learn more about our design services.
Normal Hall 120
Sarah Edwardson, Coordinator, Interactive and Multimedia Design Services