A good identity is far from just academic

Evamy, Michael
September 2011
Creative Review;Sep2011, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p68
The article focuses on issues relating to the design of promotional materials for institutions of higher education (HE) addressing topics including the growth in fees for college attendance, the logo for Plymouth University in England, and flexible branding.


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