Marketing the NU Experience 2

Northwest University

Marketing Project Requests

All projects start with a marketing request. We use the information you provide to guide our work. The more clear and detailed you are in the request, the better we can hit the mark. You may be tempted, but don’t cut corners here! The project request is your chance to tell us what we need to know to speak clearly to your audience and to create great work. Projects begin once we receive a completed project request.

Print Piece

  • Print Ad: 2 weeks (design, approval, ad submission)
  • Postcard: 5 weeks (2 weeks design / approval, 2 weeks production / printing, 1 week mailing)
  • Pop-ups: 4 weeks (2 weeks design / approval, 2 weeks production / printing)
  • Poster/Flyer: 4 weeks (2 weeks design / approval, 2 weeks production / printing)
  • Viewbook: 6 weeks (4 weeks design/approval, 2 weeks production / printing)
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Website Update

  • Minor Text Edit: 2 days (fact checking, copy editing)
  • Blog Post: 2–3 weeks (posting date subject to pre-planned blog schedule)
  • Page Functionality: 4 weeks (2 weeks content development / copy editing, 2 weeks design / development / user testing)
  • New Website Page: 4 weeks (2 weeks content development / copy editing, 2 weeks design / development / user testing)
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Photo

Timeline: 2–3 weeks (scheduling, post production, edited photos delivery)

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Video

Timeline: 3–4 weeks (content planning, scheduling, post-production)

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Email

Timeline: 5 Business Days (copy review/edits, build email, final approvals)

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Digital / Social

Timeline: 3 weeks (posting date subject to pre-planned social media calendar)

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Blog Post

Timeline: 2–3 weeks (posting date subject to pre-planned blog schedule)

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Building Signage

Timeline: 4 weeks (2 weeks design/approval, 2 weeks production/printing)

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Marketing Department

Project Timelimes

On any given month, we are juggling hundreds of projects—many which are on hard deadlines. We can’t drop everything to fulfill a late request so be sure to build in plenty of time to complete your project, or it may not get done.

Project Timelines

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Northwest University

Brand Guidelines

The Northwest University style guide is an official, internal publication. It was created to help you develop communications that align with the Northwest University brand. Guidelines are important to maintaining consistency in our communications. By doing so, we create a recognizable brand that has greater meaning in the marketplace.

Brand Guidelines

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