• Building a Website

    The Office of Information Technology offer Duke communicators a number of options for hosting and building websites. Learn more about these offerings and find out how to get started.
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  • Digital Signage at Duke

    Learn how to create, brand, and share digital flyers that can be displayed on electronic signs across campus. Find specs and best practices to make an effective ad.
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  • Mobile Developer Resources & Guidelines

    Learn more about the mobile development services offered by OIT. These include resources to help you distribute and promote your app. They also curate and maintain a list of third-party vendors that can help you create your mobile application.
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  • Powerpoint & Letterhead

    Download Duke-branded templates for use in Microsoft Word and Powerpoint to give your project a professional look and leverage the Duke brand.
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  • Social Media Guidelines

    The purpose of these guidelines is to help Duke communicators understand how Duke policies apply to digital communications such as blogs and social media, and to guide them in using social media platforms. The guidelines apply to material that Duke communications offices and related units publish on Duke-hosted websites and branded Duke unit profiles such as those on…
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  • Web Resources at Duke

    Learn more about our guidelines and best-practices for building websites at Duke. From web fonts to domain names, find resources you need to create and maintain a successful digital presence.
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  • Web Vendor List

    Third-party resources are often encouraged but they come in their own shapes and sizes. Some might be better at design, others might be better at project management. It is important that you know the skills you need to execute your project and that you prioritize those skills in your vendor selection process. The following list are of vendors…
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  • Working with Vendors

    The abundance of work across Duke can’t be met by the in-house resources alone. Learn about the process for bringing third-party vendors in to work on your projects.
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