Branded templates for PowerPoint presentations, letterhead and envelopes as well as email signatures can be found here.


PowerPoint Templates

 

 The Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management 

Dyson Accent PPT
Dyson White PPT
Dyson Red PPT
 

Letterhead and Envelopes

 

The Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management

Letterhead templates are available to college faculty and staff only and may be downloaded from the college intranet site.

 
Dyson Mail
 
 

Business Cards

ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Go to printservices.cornell.edu
  2. In the "Quick Links" section on the left, go to "Business Cards, Letterhead & Envelopes."
  3. Follow the "Staff and Faculty Business Card" link and follow the instructions from there.

NOTES

  • You will need to create a separate login for the online order system, as it is not integrated with the Cornell NetID system.
  • An account number will be needed to complete the order.
  • The templates will be under "School Specific templates."
 

 The Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management 

Dyson Business Cards
 

Email Signatures

 

WHY IT MATTERS?

Your email signature is your digital business card, and it represents the college and our brand. Our purpose is not to constrain creativity, but rather to establish a shared basis for professionalism, consistency, and compatibility across a wide range of email systems and applications. For these reasons, we provide these templates and guidelines.

 

The Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management

 
Dyson Email Signatures
 
 

Email Signature Replies/Forwards

 
Email Replies
 
 

Do and Do NOT

 

Do

Create two separate signatures: new and reply/forward

In addition to your regular new-messages signature, consider creating a separate one for replies/forwards, condensed to contain only your name and contact information. This avoids excessive accumulation of repetitive information in long threads, but ensures recipients can still derive basic contact information. This is supported by most email clients, but not all. The Outlook desktop client does, for instance, while the web client does not.

Typeface/Font

  • Typeface: Arial
  • Point Size: Default, or at most one to two points less than your body text
  • Color: Black (other than links or Cornell red for division names)

Contact Information

  • Formatting: Use dots instead of dashes to separate phone numbers (607.255.xxxx). Label numbers as "Phone"/'Fax"/"Mobile" instead of (e.g.) "p."/"f."/"m." In general, follow the examples.
  • Include your email address: While it may seem unnecessary, since your email address should be obvious to anybody receiving an email from you, if your message ends up in the middle of a long thread, your email address may be lost.

If you are a Dyson/Johnson/Hotel or other Cornell alum
Feel free to indicate your alum status with your name, following college/school standards for degree and class year (’00), with either a straight (') or curly (’) apostrophe. An apostrophe and single quote are not the same thing; a curly apostrophe looks like a closing single quote (’), not an opening one (‘) as is often incorrectly done.

 
 

Do not

No images/clip art, including custom stationery/backgrounds. They don't always render properly and sometimes come through as attachments.

Taglines

  • Don't-print-this-email taglines: Please don't use.
  • Legal-disclaimer taglines: Acceptable if your department or role requires one.
  • School tagline: A current, approved tagline may be included. For more information about current taglines please refer to the messaging section. Please do not create custom taglines.