Digital Communications is the web design division of University Relations. Examples of web sites Digital Communications has developed include Mason's top-level page, the Center for the Arts, Homecoming, and the university catalog. Web sites developed, reflect the university’s branding while adhering to accessibility compliance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.
If you’d like Digital Communications to perform a job, you may request it by filling out a job request form.
Please note that all official sites must follow the university design standards. When a visitor lands on a Mason web page, there should be no doubt that they’re on a site that belongs to Mason.
To maintain consistency and create a unified visual brand, Mason is moving a number of sites into the Drupal Content Management System (CMS).
The use of common visual elements, locations of key information, and a consistent brand standard will reinforce the sense of a common identity, and make it easier for the visitor to navigate our network while knowing they’re still on a Mason site.