This is the creation of an art element that can be part of a publication, digital or print.
We use WorkZone, a web-based tool to help manage online requests for most Office services. Users can make requests, track progress, and review and approve drafts. A primary contact from your office/department coordinates requests in WorkZone for each of the University’s colleges, departments and divisions. Requests are assigned, completed and returned for final digital review and approval prior to publication or distribution. You can find a list of TAMIU WorkZone contacts across campus here.
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PRMIS develops still images that document and share the University’s story for print or digital platforms.
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Large format, event or program-driven messages that are printed and limited in distribution and use.
Traditionally, a direct mail effort that features an event or initiative on the front and related information on reverse; available in various sizes and mailing expenses.
Branded templates that can be used to customize University presentations.
A PRMIS-coordinated and planned event to launch or share substantial initiatives or programming news of measurable impact with members of the media.
Items that bear the University’s brand or identity are designed and approved by PRMIS.
PRMIS will assist in the development of approved, scripted Public Service Announcements (PSAs) for various platforms as permitted by local/area media outlets.
As a State Agency, the University is subject to the Texas Public Information Act that provides access to State Records upon request.
PRMIS can provide counsel regarding public relations, marketing and information services for University personnel.
As a State Agency, the University must ensure that its records follow an approved State Records Retention Schedule. That process is known as Records Management.
Standards to refer to numerous buildings, programs and units are in place to help guide uniformity in University references.
The Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) maintains its own brand, identity and Reference Standards.
PRMIS can assist or guide the development of approved scripts for various platforms.
PRMIS can assist with the design of campus signage compatible with University guidelines.
The University maintains an active social media presence on various platforms. University Guidelines are available as is a University Social Media Directory.
PRMIS develops video that documents and shares the University’s story for print or digital platforms.
TAMIU embraces the Video Guidelines developed by The Texas A&M University System.