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Publication and Creative Services

Every project the Office of Publications and Creative Services produces is a representation of Nova Southeastern University. We help our clients—NSU's administration, faculty, and staff—reach their communications objectives by providing products that reflect NSU's sophistication, capabilities, and vision. We strive to achieve excellence in promoting NSU’s brand and maintaining the university's graphic identity standards.

Directory of Services

As a service provider to the university community, the Office of Publications and Creative Services produces communication materials ranging from simple and economical pieces to complex packages and creative campaigns.

We provide the following services:

  • art direction and graphic design
  • copywriting
  • editing
  • graphics for Web design
  • photography and illustration
  • printing
  • short-run of color copies (up to 500)

The Office of Publications and Creative Services produces the following:

  • advertisements
  • booklets
  • brochures
  • business cards/vCards
  • catalogs
  • direct-mail pieces
  • display signage
  • eBlasts
  • eNewsletters
  • envelopes (all sizes)
  • flyers
  • forms
  • handbooks
  • invitations
  • letterhead
  • logos
  • magazines
  • manuals
  • name badges
  • newsletters
  • postcards
  • posters
  • presentation folders
  • programs
  • stationery
  • web banner ads

To provide design services, the Office of Publications and Creative Services uses the latest graphic design technology. The office uses outside vendors for printing and bindery services. Our expertise in print production enables us to select qualified, competitively priced vendors; ensure job quality; and produce the finest products for your marketing and communications needs. Ultimately, we are here to serve you.

The office staff takes job orders; provides writing, editing, and design and creative services; estimates printing jobs; and supervises cost-effective printing services. All photography and printing costs are passed on with no markup.

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