February 2, 2018
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Brand Guidelines Update

The project to create and implement a new university logo and style guide was completed in November, 2014. A university’s brand is constantly evolving and requires constant stewardship by all communicators. This week, we launched an updated Brand Guidelines site. … Continue reading

July 17, 2017
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W&M Events Update

W&M Events is a communication tool for faculty, staff and students to market their events to the university community and beyond. We encourage users to add all of their events in the system and recommend them to the W&M Featured … Continue reading

June 28, 2016
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Lessons learned with Periscope and Facebook Live

I explained in my previous post how we came to start using live social video at William & Mary, now I’ll share some of the lessons learned from our first three broadcasts. It doesn’t have to be a long planned out project Our … Continue reading

John Dickerson interviewed for W&M's Facebook Live, photo courtesy of Sarah Juliano

June 27, 2016
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William & Mary’s forays into live social video

Finding great ways to use live streaming social video on campus had been on the agenda of the social media folks at William & Mary since Periscope launched in the spring of 2015. However, no great projects or ideas really materialized, as the ephemeral nature of … Continue reading

Law School website refreshed

February 4, 2016 by University Web & Design | Comments Off on Law School website refreshed

Just in time for the Charter Day celebration, the William & Mary Law School website has a new look.

Out with the old…


… and in with the new!


The new design incorporates official university colors and the Law School logo sits boldly atop every page. Banners have been refreshed throughout. On the homepage, the main slideshow is larger for more engaging photography and there’s a Faculty in the News section front and center. (Ok, technically it’s a little to the right of center.)

It’s another step towards a unified W&M brand in accordance with the University Style Guide, while we hope honoring the distinguished identity of America’s first Law School.

How did we do? We’d love to hear your feedback.

~ Mark Windley