Crafting stunning visual work and providing strategic guidance for a wide range of collateral materials.
Simply put, the award-winning designers at MarComm get it. And that’s good, because, since you’re here, you’ve probably got grand designs on a masterfully executed advertising and marketing campaign that includes both web and print, and you have neither the luxury of time nor the budget to waste on endless redesigns from designers who don’t get it. Or, maybe you’re here because you just need a postcard. Either way, you’ve come to the right place, because whether you need a full campaign or a digitally printed one-off, we can help. Helping our campus clients achieve their advertising and marketing goals is what we do.
Create the Right Impression
Printed materials are an intimate, tangible touch point with your audience. It’s something they can take with them, in their hands and, if done right, in their hearts.
Brochures & Pamphlets
Sometimes simple, straightforward information sharing is best. Allow us to help you create the right quick-reference materials for your unit.
Print marketing is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. Different audiences require different approaches.
Our designers help you think through the experience of attendees at your sponsored functions.
Our department was seeking a major brand overhaul. We worked with the Print team to make that happen. We presented customer data, and they took it and ran. I especially appreciated their iterative approach—they presented concepts to us, we reacted to them, and they refined until we had something we both thought fit what we were looking for.
I’m so excited with where we landed and look forward to continuing to partner with the Print team as we continue implementing our new brand standards, templates, and strategy!
MarComm at the University of Notre Dame has worked on a number of projects for the IDEA Center. Although we loved the results of all of them, we were particularly pleased with our logo/identity package. Having worked on countless projects in the past with other groups, I know how difficult it can be for graphic designers to take abstract suggestions and ideas and bring them to life.
The MarComm team at Notre Dame, however, seems to excel at this and more. I consider their work to be on par with agency-level work, something very rarely found at universities.