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The First Annual Template Design Symposium encourages exploring design skills using branded templates. Experiment with layout and elements. RSVP by Sept 30, 2018. Send final designs if unsure. Enjoy the creative process!


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  1. THE CENTER FOR TEMPLATOLOGY & DESIGN p r e s e n t s The First Annual Template Design Symposium Designing is a creative and freeing process. I encourage you to OCTOBER 3, 2018 experiment with your design skills by using any of these branded FACULTY COMMONS templates. Feel free to move unlocked elements around as you please and 9:00AM 12:00PM play with layout and sizing. A good rule of thumb is to have at least one www.cas.udel.edu big element and one big small element. For example, if you have a large image, balance it out by including small text and vice versa. You may send your final designs to emoryl@udel.edu if you are unsure about the result. RSVP by September 30 to nnnnn@udel.edu Enjoy!

  2. THE CENTER FOR TEMPLATOLOGY & DESIGN p r e s e n t s The First Annual Template Design Symposium Designing is a creative and freeing process. I encourage you to OCTOBER 3, 2018 experiment with your design skills by using any of these branded FACULTY COMMONS templates. Feel free to move unlocked elements around as you please and 9:00AM 12:00PM play with layout and sizing. A good rule of thumb is to have at least one www.cas.udel.edu big element and one big small element. For example, if you have a large image, balance it out by including small text and vice versa. You may send your final designs to emoryl @ udel.edu if you are unsure about the RSVP by September 30 to nnnn @ udel.edu result. Enjoy!

  3. THE CENTER FOR TEMPLATOLOGY & DESIGN First Annual Template Design Symposium: How Brand Identity Strengthens Communication OCTOBER 3, 2018 | FACULTY COMMONS | 9:00AM 12:00PM Designing is a creative and freeing process. I encourage you to experiment with your design skills by using any of these branded templates. Feel free to move unlocked elements around as you please and play with layout and sizing. A good rule of thumb is to have at least one big element and one big small element. For example, if you have a large image, balance it out by including small text and vice versa. You may send your final designs to emoryl@udel.edu if you are unsure about the result. Enjoy!

  4. THE CENTER FOR TEMPLATOLOGY & DESIGN First Annual Template Design Symposium: How Brand Identity Strengthens Communication OCTOBER 3, 2018 | FACULTY COMMONS | 9:00AM 12:00PM Designing is a creative and freeing process. I encourage you to experiment with your design skills by using any of these branded templates. Feel free to move unlocked elements around as you please and play with layout and sizing. A good rule of thumb is to have at least one big element and one big small element. For example, if you have a large image, balance it out by including small text and vice versa. You may send your final designs to emoryl @ udel.edu if you are unsure about the result. Enjoy!

  5. The Center for Templatology & Design First Annual Template Design Symposium Designing is a creative and freeing process. Feel free to move unlocked elements around as you please and play with layout and sizing. A good rule of thumb is to have at least one big element and one big small element. You may send your final designs to emoryl@udel.edu if you are unsure about the result. Enjoy! OCTOBER 3, 2018 FACULTY COMMONS 9:00AM 12:00PM www.cas.udel.edu RSVP by September 30 to nnnnn@udel.edu

  6. The Center for Templatology & Design First Annual Template Design Symposium Designing is a creative and freeing process. Feel free to move unlocked elements around as you please and play with layout and sizing. A good rule of thumb is to have at least one big element and one big small element. You may send your final designs to emoryl @ udel.edu if you are unsure about the result. Enjoy! OCTOBER 3, 2018 FACULTY COMMONS 9:00AM 12:00PM www.cas.udel.edu RSVP by September 30 to nnnnn@udel.edu

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