The new UF/IFAS database is now available! It is an extensive collection of 17,000 plus images. The innovative platform replaces the database we have been using for years. The existing web address, photos.ifas.ufl.edu, automatically redirects ... READ MORE
In graphic design, the role of negative space, often called white space, should not be underestimated. White space is the empty, unutilized space around and between design elements (not limited to the color white). White space can enhance the ... READ MORE
Infographics can be a powerful tool for sharing research findings because they can make complex information more accessible, engaging, and memorable for a wider audience. Examples can include charts and graphs, diagrams and maps, illustrations, ... READ MORE
Utilizing the UF branding fonts in your communication materials not only aligns with our brand identity but also increases brand visibility. These fonts are readily available for UF faculty and staff at no cost. You can access and install them ... READ MORE
File extensions like .JPG and .PNG are significant indicators of how you can use a file — and when it comes to graphic design, understanding the differences between file types is essential to ensure that you are using the suitable file for ... READ MORE
Volunteers with UF/IFAS Extension Florida Master Gardener Volunteer Program (MGV) like to have something to hand to the public when they are participating in activities. Since only UF faculty and staff are allowed to have official UF business ... READ MORE
When composing a new message in Workfront, tag the intended recipient, just like you would when sending an email. Specifying the recipient is essential to deliver the message successfully.
To send a message to someone in a Request or ... READ MORE
Social media outlets, like Facebook and Twitter, require JPEGs or PNGs for posting. So, what do you do when you need to post important information but only have a PDF? You have to convert the PDF to the required file type.
NOTE: the following ... READ MORE
A good brochure effectively conveys information and engages its audience through attractive design and compelling content. Here are some key elements that contribute to a good brochure:
Purpose: The brochure should have a clear objective, ... READ MORE
Color plays a role in any printed or digital piece’s overall visual feel and readability. It is vital to have good color contrast so that all users, even those with low vision or colorblindness, can interact, read and understand the content.
Color ... READ MORE