Graphics Work Orders
Look up your work orders here
Logos, templates, and more
Business cards, stationery, technical reports, and more
Official WHOI logo use and color, wordmarks, and more
Graphic and Web Design
Some concepts just can't be explained verbally. Many project managers or colleagues may not understand what you are doing—or would like to do—without a visual representation. Our designers and illustrators understand the complexities of today’s communication demands, and can develop graphics that help explain your science or concept in a visual format.
Publications, brochures, posters, and more...
Examples of our graphic designs include Oceanus Magazine, WHOI's Annual Report, and the WHOI calendar.
We work with the authors to create meaningful and dynamic pieces that work on many levels of visual interest. We help select the most powerful images to complement the message, and use the best-practice methods of typography and hierarchy of information. Focusing on a clear vision of purpose helps our design team create the most compelling document possible for our clients.
Our team designed and helped develop the newly redesigned Oceanus Magazine online. We also provided design support for the newly created tool, site builder lite (internal audience only). We start by assessing the current needs of our clients and the scope of the project, create the information architecture, and design and implement the web site. Among the many web sites designed by the Graphic Services team are:
The WHOI Buoy
Dive and Discover
We help with Exhibit Center displays and the many events that WHOI sponsors every year, such as trustee meetings and Employee Recognition Day. We design and provide banners, posters, and exhibits, right down to the menu cards on the tables.
CD and DVD rom packaging
One way to get a lot of information to the public or project managers is to provide CDs or DVDs. We design everything from CD labels to the entire CD or DVD package that gets sent out. Please see our services in Photography for information about mass duplicating.
Meet the designers:
"The biggest problem with communication is the illusion that it has occurred" — Albert Einstein