University Corporate Resources

The Department of Global Marketing and Student Recruitment provides services that include graphic design for traditional and digital outputs and printing. Scroll down on this page to find out how to request work and downloadable items such as the Corporate Powerpoint Slides and Tone of Voice.

Requesting work from the Design Studio

The Department of Marketing and Student Recruitment has worked with Information Service to develop a new workflow system in the Design Studio. This system will help us and help you as the customer to keep track of the work sent to the Design Studio, as all work sent is shown on your personal record. It will operate as a bilingual document management system for the University.

Please send work for the Design Studio via this new system.

To get started, click,  https://myadmin.aber.ac.uk/ log in and start creating your design studio request by clicking on ‘Design Studio Jobs’ button.

 

Lead Times

For Design & Print to function fairly and effectively it is necessary to provide sufficient time for work to be produced.

Type of design work Lead Time 
Booklet (8 pages -20 pages) 3 weeks
Brochure (over 20 pages)  6 weeks
Business Cards 2 weeks 
Certificates  3 weeks
Digital Adverts  2 weeks 
Envelopes  3 weeks 
Leaflet (Folded A4)  3 weeks 
Letter Heads  2 weeks 
Maps  6 weeks 
Newsletters  3 weeks
Photography 3 weeks 
Postcards  3 weeks 
Poster  3 weeks 
Pull-ups  6 weeks 
Static Displays  6 weeks 
Signage  3 weeks 
Vouchers  3 weeks

 

Image Library

The University's photolibrary can be accessed via www.photolibrary.aber.ac.uk 

Instructions for users: 

The images you have access to are watermarked previews.  You can search using keywords as well as the built-in categories found on the site.  When you find an image you like, simply click “Save”.  This adds your images to a favourites section on the site which you can then access to collect them later.  If you are working with us on a job you can email them a list of images you need from the favourites page.  Just copy and paste the image file names from the favourites into an email.