UNT Health Science Center launches new logo and colors

As reported several months ago, the UNT System Board of Regents approved a new graphic identity for all system entities to create a unified look among the campuses. New graphics for each will include the UNT acronym, the same type font and the same shade of green.  However, to maintain campus individuality, the logos aren’t identical.

Our web site is one of our first applications of the new look. As you will see, the new logo closely resembles the logos of our sister campuses, UNT and UNT Dallas.

Please note that the top pages of the site have been transitioned to the new design, but it will take some time to get to all UNTHSC sites that use different templates.

The Health Science Center’s Marketing and Communications Department is taking a phased approach to transitioning the organization’s many applications to the new look, and developing a style guide and graphic standards manual to explain how the new graphics should be used.  In addition, it is developing messages to use in telling the UNTHSC story as part of a comprehensive branding strategy, of which the visual identity is only one part.

If you encounter an issue with our new site, please contact the Webmaster.

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