Do you know what district you work in? New color-coded district signage is now being installed as part of the campus’s year-long wayfinding project. The wayfinding framework divides the campus into seven color-coded districts to make it easier to give directions in a broader context of the campus layout. The names were developed based on a combination of geography, function, and branding. For example, “the Village” is a reflection of the residence halls and student life functions of that district and “Torch” designates the academic core of campus.
Orange stands front and center in our audiences’ perception of UT, making color a crucial component of our visual communications.
Our logo is our primary identifier, and a logo must be present on all communications from the university.
Learn more about how to accurately refer to UT in written pieces, instances when the university’s editorial style is different from the Chicago Manual of Style and Associated Press style, and the lingo we use to capture UT’s spirit.
Whether you are giving a talk to your colleagues on campus or presenting groundbreaking research at an international conference, your work should reflect the university’s identity.
It’s been nearly a year since UT Knoxville started implementing its new logo across campus. Since last fall, Office of Communications and Marketing staff have worked closely with liaisons from 220 campus units to update online and printed materials with the new logo.
On Wednesday the campus launched its new “Big Orange. Big Ideas.” campaign, which aims to enhance the university’s reputation and help UT reach its Top 25 goal. Despite the gloomy weather on launch day, Volunteers from around campus came out to celebrate the effort.
UT’s “Big Orange. Big Ideas.” branding campaign rolled out to the campus yesterday. This tagline is the framework for marketing the university and reminding people of UT’s impact on the state and the nation. Here, Tennessee Today answers some of the questions you may have about the effort.
UT Knoxville has unveiled an exciting new look that embraces UT’s colors, energy, achievements, and enthusiasm. The campaign introduces the world to UT—Big Orange. Big Ideas.
UT Knoxville’s bright and bold redesigned website launched today as a key component of the university’s new branding strategy. The website has been reworked to better serve its many users and to convey the new look and feel of the university. Over the past year, the site has had 14.7 million visits for an average of 40,000 visits per day.