Branding Guidelines

The College of Fine Arts has adopted UT’s academic branding identity. While there are four acceptable versions of our signature types for the college—primary signature, branded college signature, informal branded signature (type A and type), and formal signature—we mostly use the formal version, which is linked below.

Any new academic center or program creating a visual identity will fall under these branding guidelines.

Resources

View or download branding guidelines for the college. (College-specific guidelines begin on page 26, and department-specific guidelines begin on page 36.)

Download Electronic Stationery Word template with COFA Branding

Wordmark files

Download College of Fine Arts wordmark files

Download Butler School of Music wordmark files

Download Department of Art and Art History wordmark files

Download Department of Theatre and Dance wordmark files

Download Center for Arts and Entertainment Technologies wordmark files

Download Brockett Center for Theatre History and Criticism wordmark files

Download Center for Integrated Design wordmark files

Download Game and Mobile Media Applications (GAMMA) Program files

Questions?

All questions in regards to the Visual Standards Guideline should be directed to to Public Affairs Director Alicia Dietrich.

Contact Us:

Alicia Dietrich, Public Affairs Director
College of Fine Arts
alicia.dietrich@austin.utexas.edu
Office: 512-475-7033
Cell: 512-636-1216

Rose L. Thayer, Public Affairs Specialist
College of Fine Arts
rose.thayer@austin.utexas.edu
Office: 512-232-8167
Cell: 409-779-9282

Misa Yamamoto, Visual Designer
College of Fine Arts
misayamamoto@austin.utexas.edu
Office: 512-471-3277
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