Communicators and designers across campus have created a variety of templates that will help you maintain visual consistency across all mediums. Built-in elements make it easy to customize the pieces for your purpose while still adhering to the visual standards of the University of Saskatchewan.
Using the templates gives you a great starting point for almost any project. However, if you need something you don’t see here, or have questions about how best to make use of the templates, please contact us.
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These templates can be used for a variety of pieces, from internal memos to posters to newsletters. When working in Word, choose fonts that are sans serif (example: Lucida Sans, Arial, Calibri) and maintain consistency in the font throughout the document. Alternatively, copy and paste elements from these templates to create your own.
Download .ppt Package
These templates give you the basic format for a PowerPoint presentation. Depending on the content, one version may work better than another for your purpose. Alternatively, copy and paste elements from these templates to create your own.
Remember that photographs and visuals lend interest to a presentation, but slides shouldn’t be so cluttered that the audience can’t take it all in at once. In the same way, limit content to a maximum of about six lines per slide and use bullet points. You don’t need to include your presentation word for word on the slides themselves.
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Research poster templates
This template is for a basic 48" H x 72" W (4 x 6 feet) large poster that works well for conferences and research presentations. The size can be customized.